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  1. Below is the outline of a concept I've been working on for an alternate timeline story I've been writing. The timeline mostly deals with an expanded exploration program for NASA in the last half of the 20th century. One of the things that I've been using to color the timeline is alternative team names and locations within American sports. On this front, instead of the failed XFL franchise, in my timeline, the XFL instead rides a wave of post-9/11 patriotism to create a football league with a military theme. Called Warball, the sport openly embraces the quasi-military themes of football (see George Carlin for further insights) and seeks to appeal to a hyper-masculine fanbase. Initially the league forms with 8 teams in 2 conferences Freedom Division Patriot Division Capital Warriors Seattle Stealth New York Heroes Alcatraz Guards Texas Assault Coronado Destroyers Chicago Shield Arizona Generals Teams are composed of 7 players on the field at any time. The field is 60 yards endzone-to-endzone. Endzones are 7.5 yards deep with curved corners. Field is bounded by 20 degree inclines 5 yards wide which are inbounds. Beyond the inclines are hockey rink walls. A ballcarrier cannot run out of bounds and must be tackled or score for the play to end. Any player on the field is considered an eligible receiver. Kicking of any kind has been eliminated. Teams have 6 downs to advance from their own 10 yard line to the opposing endzone. Touchdowns are worth 5 points. After a touchdown, a team is allowed to try a conversion play from the 3-yard line. A conversion by pass is worth 2 points. A conversion by run is worth 1 point. Two 20 minute halves are separated by a 10-minute halftime. Teams have 20 seconds to begin the next play. The clock does not run unless the ball is in play. Teams are required to have at least one starting player who is a current or former member of the United States military, and/or a civilian police, fire or paramedic service. Questions, comments, suggestions? I invite all of the above. This is my first league concepts, so, please, rip me apart here. I'll learn from everything that is said.
  2. Hey everyone, I work for my city's Jr B hockey club as graphic designer, and I've always had ideas for speciality jerseys that we could wear throughout the year. This November for Remembrance Day, I have designed a special Canadian Military themed jersey. It's based off of what Canadian Military personal wear when not in combat. Sadly this won't see the ice First time designing a jersey like this, let me know what you think!
  3. The league makes millions of dollars each year selling camo jerseys, hats, and other merchandise for special patriotic holiday games, and several teams now even sport camo uniform sets year-round. This is all done as a tribute to our military, however many think this tribute is beginning to feel more hollow and jingoistic. Is slapping a team's logo over the top of a camo pattern and donating a small portion of the profits really the best we can do to honor our nation's bravest? Introducing the Major League Baseball Home Base Salute, a chance to salute the individuals underneath the uniform -- not the uniform itself. Click here to view the full project on Behance.
  4. Hey, everyone. It's been a long time since I posted. Long story short: my wife had a stroke and SportsLogos boards fell by the wayside for quite a while. She's okay now though. In the interim, I neglected to post the video Yahoo! Studios did about my fantasy football league that we use to keep in touch with the guys we spent a year with in Iraq. Here it is: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/yahoo-sports-fantasy-minute/group-of-iraqi-veterans-held-together-10-years-later-by-uncommonly-important-fantasy-league-223742901.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma
  5. I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also.. http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570
  6. **UPDATES POSTED FURTHER BELOW** Home - Black, w/ Digital Camo Sleeves. Shield logo on each sleeve. A Bold Gold Stripe begins at the front armpit and slightly curves throught the back side of the hip and ends in a sharp point just above the knee. Teal is absent in the Home design other than on the Jaguar head logo. Considered having the US Flag on one sleeve instead having both sleeves having the shield. Away - White, with Digital Camo Sleeves. I need to change the Nike swoosh to black. London Home Alternate - word is the Shield logo cannot be used while in london. This made sense to me, you wouldnt want to go into another country with a military theme... So for London, the theme is Peace. Teal is used as the Primary color, the bold Stripe remains consistant on all three jerseys but instead of camo sleeves, the alternate has black collar and cuffs, Uses the primary logo in place of the shield on the sleeves and on the upper chest the wordmark is used with US and UK flags beside it. Number font* Decided on a basic varsity block look... the sharp edge font used in the wordmark didnt fit well on the uniforms. like with the previous branding, there will likely be seperate style for the logos and marketing purposes and one used soley on the jerseys. Helmets... think oregon state, boise state matte black... no glare, shimmer or shine. helmet variations.