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  1. Really hoping this thing evolves into something more fitting for the event within eight years. The candidate logo was definitely better--totally agree there. Beyond what colinturner95 pointed out earlier, is it possible that even the L is a different font than either the two or the eight with its rounded corners? The one, redeeming thing I saw in this was what's called the "retro stripe" version that at least pays homage to the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics logo.
  2. The Magnolia flag is the much better option. At least it's unique and could be identifiable with the state. Just wish that flag was the all blue one. Feels like there's a soccer title we don't know about on the other one.
  3. Wasn't sure where Requests was, but if you're looking for city ideas... Canada - agree on Quebec, Halifax...maybe add a second Ontario team (London, Windsor) or Victoria USA - Boise, Portland, Albany, or Fargo...Anchorage would be unique, but not sure any facility exists B.C. looks great! Uniform numbers a great idea.
  4. The State of Arizona unveiled not one, but six, new highway signs for motorists entering the state. They will reportedly replace the current ones that have been in place for over 30 years. This isn't a contest to select a winner as apparently all will be in use. No initial word on the location for each. They give off a national park poster vibe and are all very unique. https://azgovernor.gov/governor/news/2019/12/governor-ducey-unveils-new-welcome-arizona-highway-signs Old: One of the New:
  5. A bit stunned at the Dolphins rankings, so adding my bias as a lifelong Miami fan: A - Vikings A - Seahawks B - Lions B - Jets C - Jaguars II C - Titans F - Dolphins II F - Dolphins I F - Jaguars I F - Buccaneers F - Browns When the Mid-American Conference has the State of Florida beat for a while, you know Nike did its creative worst. The Seahawks were the only design to abandon their heritage that scored highly on my list.
  6. A little closer to the font for LIV Nightclub in Miami (has a location inside Hard Rock Stadium as well). Marketing goldmine there.
  7. If you saw the Bucs at training camp at Walt Disney World in the mid-2000s, you may remember these practice jersey gems that Cadillac Williams and others wore. This is the jersey number style the Bucs finally need to adopt to distinguish the team in a postiive way.
  8. shark

    Austin FC

    "Unused Logos" https://www.massivereport.com/2018/10/12/17968262/misson-accomplished-saved-the-crew-columbus-crew-sc-mls-2018-jimmy-haslam
  9. For Los Angeles, surprised no one mentioned: Long Beach Poly (CA) Jackrabbits Illinois has a reputation for interesting high school nicknames. Personal favorite: Freeport (IL) Pretzels
  10. Agree with the earlier comment that this set and the feature of the darker blue color in jersey and helmet makes the Titans look like the NFL's version of the Toronto Argonauts. The helmet change brings back memories of the Bills switching to red helmets in 1986 just to make a change. Positives: Jersey number font (although too big), sword on shoulders, pants, navy as primary jersey Negatives: Helmets (non-creative use or transformation of logo on them + gray facemask), light blue uniforms, failure to change outdated wordmark
  11. The standard for the Miami Dolphins to this day...
  12. Miami and Adidas are introducing a new uniform featuring the Old English M.
  13. These and the old Bucks logo...yes, please. This is their best identity.
  14. ...and Homeboys from Outer Space!
  15. All that's left for the Cobras is to also bring back the name of their cheerleader group--the Snake Charmers. Nice update of the logo and promising for Maine as well.