Bruhammydude

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  1. I have mixed feelings about Texas A&M. Yes, they finally got rid of the gray and the bevels, but those shoulder stripes were uniquely A&M. Now they mostly just look like a maroon Texas. I think it's a lateral move IMO, would've chosen something like this if I was the AD.2Tv7Q7k.png


  2. 10 hours ago, BringBackTheVet said:

    Also - all the backseat moderator votes are in.  The next person that posts anything McDonalds related in a thread about the Hawks or Chiefs is banned.  Grow up.

    You don't have the control to actually ban me lol, btw DAE notice that the new Hawks uniforms kinda look likes they're from McDonalds???????? 😱🤪😳


  3. Glad they finally are back to red and yellow! They look much better than they previously did (unlike a certain Atlanta football team). My hope is they do something with the old blue and green uniforms they wore with the city uniforms, and if they have a classic they use they the ones with the big white stripe across the chest (you should know what I'm talking about) Only nitpicks are I wish they kept the current font over the standard block font, and that they stayed under nike instead of hopping to Jordan (that should really only be for the Hornets and maybe the Bulls) I am really hoping the red uniform is the main color jersey, it fits so much better than the black one


  4. 7 hours ago, monkeypower said:

    Here are the pics (I don't know why the link in that post above didn't directly embed the tweet).

    It's not very clear from the pictures here, but the sleeve stripe colours are flipped on each arm. The left sleeve of the black jersey (as seen in the side profile) has white at the front of the jersey and the red at the back, but red at the front and white at the back on the right sleeve (as implied by the front-ish shot of the black jersey). You can also see it on the red jersey in the wide shot of all three jerseys. The left arm has white at the front while the right arm has black at the front.

     

    I'm not sure where I stand on these jerseys, it's just kind of a lateral move in my opinion. I was a fan of the chest stripes, but I don't think it's a huge loss or anything.

    It would of looked way better if the had the white stripe facing forward and the color stripe facing backward on the jerseys, but this is a good update


  5. On 6/19/2020 at 10:53 AM, TenaciousG said:

    This is still the only acceptable FSU look:

     

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    Nike, ya blew it.

    This uniform with the current uniform font would be the best possible look IMO


  6. On 7/7/2020 at 12:05 AM, sportsfan7 said:

    The recent discussions surrounding the possible name-changes of the Washington Redskins, Cleveland Indians, and Texas Rangers got me thinking about teams that changed their name without relocating. You could think of this as the sequel to a thread I did on here ~6 weeks ago, for teams that kept their nickname after relocating.

    https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/121884-teams-that-relocated-but-kept-their-nickname/

     

    Before I begin, I wanted to clarify some of my ground-rules:

    1. If a team changed names multiple times, they were evaluated as a group.

    2. On the flip side, teams were only allowed one pre-WWI name change. I don't intend to write about the 8 name changes the Dodgers went through in their first 30 years.

    3. The teams have to have been in the top league (or co-top league) at the time of the name change and the franchise must still be in existence.

    4. This does not include identifier/location changes without moving (think what the Angels have been doing). However, if a team changed both the location and nickname without moving they count (This only happens once).

     

    I found 32 eligible changes from the 5 major-leagues + plus surviving AFL, ABA, and WHA teams. 4 of these will be unranked because they deal with Native American team names and I don't want this thread to end up locked.

     

    Also, a word on how I'm "grading" the changes. In general, I'm trying to view things as when the change happened. Some brands may have gone on to become iconic, but are near the bottom (7 of the most iconic baseball nicknames occupy the bottom 9 spots. Side note, this list is very baseball heavy with 13 teams), others near the top, not so much. I usually look a the following things when evaluating the change:

    1. Why did they get rid of the old name? Esp. Did the fans want a new name?

    2. How much did people like the old name? Was it around for 10 years and the only name the team had known? Was it only there for a year and the latest in a long string of changes? How successful was the team with the old name?

    3. How much better is the new name? Does it have historical significance? Is it unique? Does it tie into the area? Note: Of the 32 teams I ranked, I think 31 of them were an improvement. When teams rebrand, they set out to make themselves seem better, not worse. The real question is, who did it best?

     

    The unranked teams will be up shortly.

     

    On 7/7/2020 at 12:05 AM, sportsfan7 said:

    The recent discussions surrounding the possible name-changes of the Washington Redskins, Cleveland Indians, and Texas Rangers got me thinking about teams that changed their name without relocating. You could think of this as the sequel to a thread I did on here ~6 weeks ago, for teams that kept their nickname after relocating.

    https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/121884-teams-that-relocated-but-kept-their-nickname/

     

    Before I begin, I wanted to clarify some of my ground-rules:

    1. If a team changed names multiple times, they were evaluated as a group.

    2. On the flip side, teams were only allowed one pre-WWI name change. I don't intend to write about the 8 name changes the Dodgers went through in their first 30 years.

    3. The teams have to have been in the top league (or co-top league) at the time of the name change and the franchise must still be in existence.

    4. This does not include identifier/location changes without moving (think what the Angels have been doing). However, if a team changed both the location and nickname without moving they count (This only happens once).

     

    I found 32 eligible changes from the 5 major-leagues + plus surviving AFL, ABA, and WHA teams. 4 of these will be unranked because they deal with Native American team names and I don't want this thread to end up locked.

     

    Also, a word on how I'm "grading" the changes. In general, I'm trying to view things as when the change happened. Some brands may have gone on to become iconic, but are near the bottom (7 of the most iconic baseball nicknames occupy the bottom 9 spots. Side note, this list is very baseball heavy with 13 teams), others near the top, not so much. I usually look a the following things when evaluating the change:

    1. Why did they get rid of the old name? Esp. Did the fans want a new name?

    2. How much did people like the old name? Was it around for 10 years and the only name the team had known? Was it only there for a year and the latest in a long string of changes? How successful was the team with the old name?

    3. How much better is the new name? Does it have historical significance? Is it unique? Does it tie into the area? Note: Of the 32 teams I ranked, I think 31 of them were an improvement. When teams rebrand, they set out to make themselves seem better, not worse. The real question is, who did it best?

     

    The unranked teams will be up shortly.

    Who Said the Rangers were changing their name? Where did you get that from


  7. Although now I'm not getting in on either my laptop or phone. How come it switched for a single day? Was it a Canada Day exclusive (they put "Happy Canada Day!" at the top of yesterdays front page) and If so why did the whole site get changed instead of just adding the banner on?


  8. 9 hours ago, Germanshepherd said:

    NBA not allowing names of deceased victims of police brutality on jerseys, per Marc J. Spears

    And here I was thinking they'd do anything to please the NBPA lol


  9. I always go to the main site to get to the boards, because it is saved in my frequently visited sites, and I noticed that the main site was completely revamped! I think it looks cooler honestly, am I the only one getting it or not? Is it here too stay? Felt like bringing this up somewhere.


  10. I don't have much of a problem with it, I just wish that they always replace the last names with the statements. It'll kind of be like the MLB Player's Weekend I feel like. It's annoying that the timing made it so this will last through the playoffs, I feel like this would be more of a regular season thing. Then again, it's frustrating that this is something that is done in the first place, can't we just treat everyone with respect.


  11. On 6/18/2020 at 8:17 AM, CherryMX said:

    So in some ways, I guess, it's an upgrade?  Going to a minimalistic label and letting the unsual bottles be more of the brand is a bit clever.

     

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    That brown color on the bottles (I've never seen it before in real life) looks awful

     

    Still want to stay on topic, but my favorite flavor of Gatorade/Powerade is definitely white cherry (Cherry in general is my favorite fruity flavor)


  12. On 6/19/2020 at 1:03 PM, NFLfan10 said:

    I feel that! A couple things I was curious about:

    Where are you getting Miami in throwback for Week 1 on the road? Last season they wore it at home in Week 2

    Shouldn't Week 15 have Philly in green pants like last season?

    How are that that many games with Dallas in Color Rush? Although it looks awesome paired up with Philly midnight green and I hope that actually happens for a change.

    A: Miami wore the throwback for the 3rd away game last year (against the Steelers) but since the 3rd away game is at the 49ers and their white throwbacks, I swapped the all aqua and the throwback whites. A little confusing, but I know what I'm doing

    B: I must of messed up there, I'm not perfect lol

    C : Dallas didn't wear the standard away uniforms until Week 16 last year, the first time the wore white on the road was Color Rush against the Patriots, so all of the early road games are Color Rush because they were closer in the year to the Week 12 game vs New England compared to Week 16. Also helps that the Cowboys have my favorite color rush

    D : I also added a couple color vs color games that I thought looked good, such as Rams blue vs 49ers red, and Chargers powder vs Broncos orange


  13. On 6/9/2020 at 12:44 PM, goforbroke said:

    https://twitter.com/FieldTurf/status/1269984917473185793?s=20

     

    
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Today we&#39;re focusing on the most important 20 yards at <a href="https://twitter.com/MetLifeStadium?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@MetLifeStadium</a>. <a href="https://twitter.com/Giants?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@Giants</a> &amp; <a href="https://twitter.com/nyjets?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@nyjets</a> fans, say hello to your new end zones <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/FieldTurfLovesNYNJ?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#FieldTurfLovesNYNJ</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NFL?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#NFL</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Football?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Football</a> <a href="https://t.co/9zC4AIWl1C">pic.twitter.com/9zC4AIWl1C</a></p>&mdash; FieldTurf (@FieldTurf) <a href="https://twitter.com/FieldTurf/status/1269984917473185793?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">June 8, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

     

    Glad the Jets finally went back to green endzones. I am still waiting on when they can have personal logos at midfield though


  14. I did a little slideshow of what the season looked like uniform-wise if each team wore the same combination as the previous year's game. Hard to explain, but here's an example.

    Green Bay Packers

    Home Game 1 2019: Green/Gold vs Vikings:                                         Home Game 1 2020: Green/Gold vs Lions

    Home Game 2 2019: Navy/Gold vs Broncos                                          Home Game 2 2020: Navy/Gold vs Falcons

    Home Game 3 2019: Green/Gold vs Eagles                                          Home Game 3 2020: Green/Gold vs Vikings

    Home Game 4 2019: White/White vs Lions                                            Home Game 4 2020: White/White vs Jaguars

    Home Game 5 2019: Green/Gold vs Raiders                                         Home Game 5 2020: Green/Gold vs Bears

    Home Game 6 2019: Green/Gold vs Panthers                                       Home Game 6 2020: Green/Gold vs Eagles

    Home Game 7 2019: Green/Gold vs Redskins                                       Home Game 7 2020: Green/Gold vs Panthers

    Home Game 8 2019: Green/Gold vs Bears                                            Home Game 8 2020: Green/Gold vs Titans

    I basically did that for all 32 NFL teams, home and away, and I made some adjustments so the teams with new uniforms would have them in my presentaion.

    Check it out if you want to: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1PfM9tsERJXm6jaESwHgzswCLDMhOOyTRAi5ngqNljbg/edit?usp=sharing


  15. Packers Uniform Combination Predictions

    Week 1 @ Vikings: White/Gold vs Purple/Yellow

    Week 2 vs Lions: Green/Gold vs White/Silver

    Week 3 @ Saints: Green/Gold vs White/White Color Rush

    Week 4 vs Falcons: White/White vs Black/White (seems to wear all white in a home night game now)

    Week 5 BYE:

    Week 6 @ Buccaneers: White/Gold vs Red/Pewter

    Week 7 @ Texans: White/Gold vs Navy/White

    Week 8 vs Vikings: Green/Gold vs White Purple

    Week 9 @ 49ers: White/Gold vs Red/Gold

    Week 10 vs Jaguars: Navy/Gold Throwback vs White/Black (Green Bay tends to wear throwbacks vs an AFC team)

    Week 11 @ Colts: White/Gold vs Blue/White

    Week 12 vs Bears: Green/Gold vs White/Navy

    Week 13 vs Eagles: Green/Gold vs White/White

    Week 14 @ Lions: White/Gold vs Gray/Gray (Got a gut feeling the Lions will switch things up here)

    Week 15 vs Panthers: Green/Gold vs White/White

    Week 16 vs Titans: Green/Gold vs White/Navy

    Week 17 @ Bears: White/Gold vs Navy/White


  16. On 5/29/2020 at 7:08 AM, gothedistance said:

     

     

    Houston Texans - All white for Baltimore Ravens. They don't have a consistent pattern on the battle red or color rush jerseys. It's anyone's guess what games those will be.

     

     

    The texans usually wear red around either early December or their 7th game, so my guess is either the Colts week 13 or the Bengals week 16, I'm predicting the Bengals.


  17. 4 hours ago, CaliforniaGlowin said:

    Sports logos featuring every color of the rainbow.  I know the Great Falls Voyagers is a stretch, but I don't like many teams that feature red. What's yours?

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    Red - Wisconsin

    Orange - Virginia Tech

    Yellow - Packers

    Green - Bucks

    Blue - Brewers

    Purple - Vikings


  18. 2 hours ago, WideRight said:

    CHARLOTTE HORNETS  (1974-1981, 1995-2020. Played as Carolina Hornets from 1982-1994)

    Play in the Southern Division with Birmingham, Florida, Jacksonville and Memphis.

     

    The Hornets have often been described as a nomadic team.  After moving from New York midway through the WFL's inaugural season, the Hornets have played at 4 different stadiums.  They spent 8 years playing in American Legion field, but the small stadium quickly became one of the worst in the league.  In 1982 the team relocated to the Triangle region and renamed themselves the Carolina Hornets.  Between 1982 and 1995 the team had two stints at NC State's Carter-Finley Stadium, and even played 2 years at Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium.  When the WFL and the city of Charlotte agreed on building a new stadium in the Queen City, the Hornets returned and have played to packed houses in Charlotte ever since.  Many believe the move was made to head off the NFL's intentions to expand to Charlotte, a move which never materialized as the NFL found itself forced to expand back into LA once the Rams and Raiders both left town. 

     

    The Hornets logo remains unchanged since the 1975 season, but the uniforms have changed quite a bit since their early days.  Charlotte is often cited as one of the first professional teams to don a "unitard" look, wherein the home and away uniforms are the same color from jersey to socks.  This is heightened even more on the road when the Hornets don yellow from helmet to shoes.  Charlotte is the only team in the league not to have a white jersey option after receiving a dispensation from the league office to use yellow as its "light" jersey back in 1982. 

     

    In addition to the Unitard look, the repeated motif of the double chevron or double stripe is found throughout the uniform, including the color-contrast sleeves on the jersey.  And, of course, as do all WFL teams since 2002, Charlotte has its city name emblazened on the chest of their jersey.  

     

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    Next up among our 12 Charter franchises, Chicago's home town team. 

    If you are capable of designing logos, I'd love to see the Hornets with a modern animal logo like the Panthers and other teams with them, that would probably be what Charlotte would do if the league lasted this long.