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First couple glimpses at the Oregon women’s new apple green set:

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Pretty sharp overall, but I’d rather the word marks be in the regular word mark font rather than this new font that matches the numbers. The new white jerseys have the ‘Ducks’ word mark in the regular font, so I find it a bit odd these don’t have the same word mark font to match like the old apple green jerseys had:

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Another look at the Oregon women’s new green set, including a first look at the shorts:

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The shorts have the ‘O’ logo on the waistband, and likely have the Fighting Ducks logo on either side of the shorts (if you look closely at the bottom of the picture it looks like you can see the beak of the Duck head). Looks like a really solid look so far.

 

Edit- Here’s the best look yet, and it also confirms that the shorts do indeed have the Duck logo on the sides:

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The more I see of these, the more I actually like the new font being used for the word marks. I still think I’d prefer the regular word mark font, but this is still a really nice look. We haven’t seen the yellow set yet, but it could very well be an inverted version of this set. I could also see it having the regular ‘Oregon’ word mark, though.

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Old school is new school.  These look like what Duke last wore in 2004 before they added black outlines.  

 

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14 hours ago, upperV03 said:

Another look at the Oregon women’s new green set, including a first look at the shorts:

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The shorts have the ‘O’ logo on the waistband, and likely have the Fighting Ducks logo on either side of the shorts (if you look closely at the bottom of the picture it looks like you can see the beak of the Duck head). Looks like a really solid look so far.

 

Edit- Here’s the best look yet, and it also confirms that the shorts do indeed have the Duck logo on the sides:

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The more I see of these, the more I actually like the new font being used for the word marks. I still think I’d prefer the regular word mark font, but this is still a really nice look. We haven’t seen the yellow set yet, but it could very well be an inverted version of this set. I could also see it having the regular ‘Oregon’ word mark, though.

These are sharp, I’m glad the basketball teams don’t make the same mistakes the football team does

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Wisconsin Badgers Will Honor Family Of Assistant Coach Howard Moore With Uniform Patch

November 1, 2019 - 20:31 PM

The Wisconsin men’s basketball team will honor the late wife and daughter of assistant coach Howard Moore — who were tragically killed in a car accident last spring — by wearing a special uniform patch and shooting shirts with the […]

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Notre Dame has been wearing last year's white jerseys in exhibition games. Any chance the new ones, gold on white w/ no blue, are a no-go?

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28 minutes ago, Webfooter said:

That wordmark and number font placement are just awful.

 

The hip placement of the shorts' logo is weird too. They're not football pants lol. The shorts would look far better if the logo was at the bottom. 

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The jersey is unique, but the numbers are way too thick. The shorts logo needs to drop down. They look like they tried too hard to be different. It’s 75% there.

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Cal evidently made some tweaks to their uniforms:

Old:

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New:

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I assume the blue away and gold alt will be recolors of the new template (with the gold alt using the Golden Bears script) per usual.

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Cal always looked best when they had "California" across the front. 


All of these are better than "Cal":

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13 minutes ago, WSU151 said:

Cal always looked best when they had "California" across the front. 


All of these are better than "Cal":

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Agreed.  Allow me to propose:

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Ohio State Basketball To Wear Patch In Honor Of John Havlicek

November 6, 2019 - 21:49 PM

The Ohio State men’s basketball team will wear a jersey patch during Wednesday’s season opener against Cincinnati in honor of John Havlicek, who passed away in April at age 79. A native of Martins Ferry, Ohio, Havlicek averaged 14.6 points […]

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On 11/2/2019 at 5:42 PM, DPHF said:

Notre Dame has been wearing last year's white jerseys in exhibition games. Any chance the new ones, gold on white w/ no blue, are a no-go?

The white unis they’ve been wearing are on the new Under Armour template and have some slight tweaks to the trim. The white and gold are assuredly an alternate - they had that same design last year but in navy and gold (with no white). 
 

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The new Under Armour template has made for some microscopic NOB sizes. They look much worse on TV than the photos show.

 

 

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