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  1. 3 hours ago, TrueYankee26 said:

    I agree with @Sebastianm it sounds majestic.


    And for its three year run it is associated with a lot of notable NFL moments: the Raiders 1st season back in Oakland, Original Browns leaving for Baltimore, the Ravens first season, and John Elway finally winning a Super Bowl.

    This is a better version in my opinion.



    1 minute ago, Gothamite said:


    You're right - the NBA is home to some of the worst names ever.  I like "Pelicans", because it has local relevance as a symbol of Louisiana, but the other three are straight garbage.  "Kraken" is better than all of them.

    Hey, Magic makes sense for the entertainment that makes Orlando iconic, they need to repurpose the Thunder name, Heat needs to go, I agree with you there.

  3. 1 minute ago, BringBackTheVet said:


    There's 32 teams in 30 cities - and it could easily be argued that there aren't 30 NFL cities.


    1.  Look at who needs wants a new stadium and isn't getting it.  Then...

    2.  Look at what cities are willing to give a billionaire a tax-payer-funded multi-billion-dollar stadium.


    I'm not sure there's anyone begging for a stadium right now, and due to the pandemic, it's unlikely that any city could possibly commit that kind of money to something considering how many are going broke and having to raise taxes just to try and make up for billions in lost revenue.  


    Don't forget - cities are businesses too, and this isn't a great time for many businesses.

    I’m asking for the community’s opinion.

  4. 2 minutes ago, Seadragon76 said:


    1.) It's not going to be anytime soon. Liberty isn't a bad team... it's the school itself. The politics they espouse there is pretty dangerous. Why do you think the Sun Belt and Conference USA wanted nothing to do with Liberty when they made the move up? The moment Liberty does something that is even remotely controversial, those conferences would be getting big time glares for letting them in.


    2.) Whatever drugs you're on.. please share. There's NO way on on this planet or any other planet or even this forsaken timeline that North Dakota State jumps ship to the Big Ten. First off is academics - 13 of the 14 Big Ten members are in the AAU, probably the most prestigious academic organization in North America (Nebraska was part of it before they left in 2011). Invitations for the AAU are extremely rare. Why am I bringing this up? It might be a sticking point for most of the schools.


    Secondly is the massive overhaul NDSU would need to undertake in order to be in the Big Ten's radar. The Fargodome, where they play in football, is 5.5 times smaller (in terms of capacity) then Michigan Stadium. Hell, the smallest stadium in the Big Ten (Northwestern's Ryan Field) is 2.5 times larger in terms of capacity. It's the same with other sports. In terms of football is the extra money it would take - Where do you think they can come up with the money for an extra 22 scholarships in the middle of an economic downturn?

    I was ridiculous, MAC would be the best option.

  5. Just now, Brave-Bird 08 said:


    Haha I hear that over and over. Thanks Tennessee! But, honestly there's such a history with the Texans name in the NFL and professional football that I think it has a place despite sounding super generic. I think their brand is one of the best in the league and I had a ton of fun tinkering with it with the concept. 

    This is a boring name, but you're right, the Chiefs were used to be called the Dallas Texans, and the Houston should be called the Explorers, still sticking to the 60's theme for Houston.

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