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Share on other sites 1,027 Forums Home Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo Members 26,359 posts Page 1 of 5 1,149 Share on other sites By Ark, October 14, 2013 in Sports Logo News myfavoriteuniform.jpg Prev 1,508 3 Great uniforms that don’t get too much praise. Share on other sites 1 4 SoxSteeler Link to post 4,356 Lights Out Link to post Share on other sites wonderbread Recommended Posts Posted October 14, 2013 Brave-Bird 08 Share on other sites 5 4,356 Share on other sites 4,760 posts Chawls Location:Atlanta, Ga. Posted October 14, 2013 Share on other sites Link to post 16,001 WSU151 Great uniforms that don’t get too much praise. Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo Members Location:Confirmed. Sending supplies. Followers 0 Share this post 4,697 posts 93 0 2,572 Share on other sites 423 712 posts Members 1,027 Members 2 26 Share this post Favourite Logos:Washington State (1995-pres)Seattle Seahawks (1976-2001 / 2012-pres)Seattle MarinersSeattle Supersonics (1975-1995)Seattle Sounders FCSan Antonio Spurs (1989-2003) 2,572 0 Share on other sites 0 1,555 Share this post 5 Lights Out 1,555 Next Share this post Phillies road grays from 89-91As an ALTERNATE, it shouldn’t have replaced the orange, but it was great as a 3rd. Link to post 48 8,516 posts 8,685 Brave-Bird 08 Share this post The Giants look so much better in this. That extra bit of red adds so much, and the shade of blue is nicer too. wonderbread Members Share this post 1,508 2,359 posts Finally one I agree with. This was by far their best look.The only changes I would have made were:1. Green caps all the time2. Gray vests as the only road look3. Tweaked road wordmark that matched the home: Posted October 14, 2013 The NFL season has finally returned. 🙂 0 Posted October 14, 2013 8,685 infrared41 1,005 Members 93 Finally one I agree with. This was by far their best look. Posted October 14, 2013 1,149 Link to post 0 Link to post The Giants look so much better in this. That extra bit of red adds so much, and the shade of blue is nicer too.The mismatched blues definitely take this uni out of the running for any praise. Look at that helmet…it almost looks black. I do think the Giants would look better with white facemasks and white pants (the pants we’ll see later this year). The mismatched blues arent the teams fault, its the only shade of dark blue riddell made for helmets at the time, its much like the vikings helmets that were too dark for their jerseys too.Well Riddell made royal blue helmets for college teams in the early 90s (and probably earlier, plus they probably had royal blue helmets for high school teams). So I’m highly doubting that navy blue was the only blue helmet available. Share this post Link to post 0 Lights Out Location:Houston, Texas 1,005 Share this post 8,670 Share on other sites 1,149 1 Forums Home Posted October 14, 2013 382 46 Favourite Logos:I have some. The Giants look so much better in this. That extra bit of red adds so much, and the shade of blue is nicer too.There are SOOO many better examples of the thread title than this. Those Giants uniforms get about as much praise as they deserve (read: not much). Share on other sites 3 Posted October 14, 2013 93 Posted October 14, 2013 4,836 posts Sports Logo News Favourite Logos:”Tradition and simplicity; there’s a fine line between the two. You can’t manufacture tradition but you can empathize simplicity.” – John Viola Link to post Board Man + Young Trece All Activity illwauk 8,685 Share this post SportsLogos.Net Members 48 0 Share this post Link to post myfavoriteuniform.jpgMy favorite uniform is the green-yellow-black North Stars, but I’m not going to post it here. 8,685 7,532 posts CrazyAnna Link to post 1,005 There’s no pleasing people… Board Man + Young Trece Share this post Followers 0 Lights Out Page 1 of 5 7,535 posts Share on other sites Location:Seattle Finally one I agree with. This was by far their best look.I actually like their current uniforms more than most seem to, but I also think these were their best set. Very unique color scheme. I can’t really thinking of anything wrong with them. 4,356 0 Posted October 14, 2013 Posted October 14, 2013 Members Posted October 14, 2013 Posted October 14, 2013 Share on other sites Posted October 14, 2013 Share on other sites 382 Share on other sites illwauk Banned 1 Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites Chawls shaydre1019 0 Share on other sites WSU151 Share this post Current uniforms or all-time unis? Next 1 46 423 Location:DC area Posted October 14, 2013 4,356 Posted October 14, 2013 𝐋𝐄𝐓 𝐌𝐄 𝐈𝐍 1,555 WSU151 Sports Logos 48 The Mojo Maniac Link to post 2 Members 1,204 posts Sports Logos Favourite Logos:Mariners, Seahawks, Canucks stick-in-rink, Padres swinging friar, Astros current 1 4 Link to post phutmasterflex Link to post SoxSteeler Share this post Ark Share this post Members 419 26,359 posts 4,356 46 EddieJ1984 Location:Location Location 12,787 posts Sign in to follow this infrared41 12,353 posts CrazyAnna The Giants look so much better in this. That extra bit of red adds so much, and the shade of blue is nicer too.The mismatched blues definitely take this uni out of the running for any praise. Look at that helmet…it almost looks black. I do think the Giants would look better with white facemasks and white pants (the pants we’ll see later this year). The mismatched blues arent the teams fault, its the only shade of dark blue riddell made for helmets at the time, its much like the vikings helmets that were too dark for their jerseys too. Location:Wisco Members 8,670 Members 5,835 posts Link to post Ark 2,572 Share this post Location:Philly metro 2 Posted October 14, 2013 Anyone that knows me around here already knows what’s next. I never miss a chance to “pimp” these Rams uniforms. One of the arguments against these uniforms is “they look too much like the Colts.” Well, here’s a picture of them with the Colts. I don’t see the problem. Give blue jerseys the same shoulder stripes as the white ones and you have one fantastic football uniform.Best Rams look ever – and a really underrated uniform. 8,685 zpqmaowl Members 4,132 posts 419 Location:DC area SportsLogos.Net Favourite Logos: 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions 1,508 All Activity 2,572 2,080 posts Link to post 0 26 16,001 Prev Share this post The Giants look so much better in this. That extra bit of red adds so much, and the shade of blue is nicer too.The mismatched blues definitely take this uni out of the running for any praise. Look at that helmet…it almost looks black. I do think the Giants would look better with white facemasks and white pants (the pants we’ll see later this year). shaydre1019 2,572 Location:detroit Every uniform in this thread is bad and deserves to be forgotten. The giants uni is the only one that’s even decent but it’s nothing special and not as good as their current. Hey, can we just merge this with the “unpopular opinions” thread? I’m already seeing the same stuff, one page in. 1 Location:Chicago phutmasterflex Moderators 423 2,572 zpqmaowl Members Ark Mike Foster 2,080 posts http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/nnitausj8c2euigs0n04geuy0/Philadelphia_76ers/1995/Road_UniformEven though they’re starting to release Iverson rookie throwbacks, Mitchell and Ness and Adidas sell the NBA at 50 ’66-’67 throwbacks(throwbacks of throwbacks) instead of these, which I don’t get. This set was fancy yet not gaudy, simple but not plain. Exactly what a franchise like Philadelphia should look like. http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/dag7053nolg9ahtbu1y3gh3bj/New_York_Knicks/1980/Road_UniformThese jerseys have two great sins; one, they’re Knicks jerseys that aren’t royal and orange, and two, the front numbers are a little large. They’re “out there”, but IMO, they’re the kind of “out there” you want in a uniform. Location:New Orleans metro area Members Members None of these deserves the amount of praise you are suggesting Sports Logo News Share on other sites Members 1,027 This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post 419 0 4,356 Ark 8,685 Share on other sites Posted October 14, 2013 16,001 Posted October 14, 2013 Link to post WSU151 382 Members Share this post cappital92 26 37,657 posts 8,670 “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!" Posted October 14, 2013 Favourite Logos:90’s Devil RaysLate 50’s Senators70-91 Trail BlazersCurrent Wizards alt95-01 SonicsVancouver Grizzlies95-03 RocketsFt. Wayne Pistons 0 Share this post Link to post The Mojo Maniac Link to post Razzle Dazzle! 2 Share this post 17,487 posts Location:West Coast 0 EddieJ1984 0 oldschoolvikings Posted October 14, 2013 Go To Topic Listing cappital92 oldschoolvikings Share this post 17,487 posts Sign in to follow this Great uniforms that don’t get too much praise.
By MATTHEW ROCCO Correspondent Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) ruled the NJSIAA District 22 wrestling tournament for the second year in a row.Three Colts grapplers earned gold medals on Feb. 21 at Red Bank Regional High School. CBA’s Sebastian Rivera, a 113-pound junior, completed back-to-back District 22 titles when he defeated Jason Hernandez of Raritan High School in the finals. The win extended Rivera’s undefeated record this season.Junior Chris Koutzen became a district champion despite being the underdog at 160 pounds. The third-seeded grappler upset Raritan’s Nick Bohal, the top seed, to give CBA its first title winner of the day.Later, Rich Koehler continued an impressive freshman season when he pinned 106-pound finalist Sean Deering of Middletown High School North.The Colts defended their team title with a total of seven finalists. CBA amassed 176.5 points, ahead of Long Branch High School’s 165 points, for its third district championship. Ocean Township High School took third place.Four members of CBA’s junior class were runners-up. Jack LaCorte earned a silver medal at 182 pounds, falling victim to a pin by Middletown North’s Anthony Vetrano. Fellow junior Will Oxley (220) also lost to a Middletown North wrestler, Chad Freshnock, in the finals.Carl Vasti (120) placed second after falling to first-seeded Jake Benner of Ocean Township. At 126 pounds, Dylan VanSickell lost to Long Branch’s Andy Hernandez, marking his first loss of the winter. Middletown North, which finished fifth in the team rankings, had a strong showing. In addition to Freshnock and Vetrano, Paul Capaldo was victorious in the 145-pound championship bout against Mike Chadwick, a No. 2 seed from Raritan.Crosstown rival Middletown High School South had a champion at 152 pounds. Matt Best defeated T.J. Saldutti of Ocean Township for the title.Ocean Township’s Zack Hertling, who pinned Long Branch’s Mike Shohet for the 170-pound title, was named Most Outstanding Wrestler at the District 22 tournament. Hertling won gold after missing the postseason last year because of an injured knee.Unbeaten Keansburg High School senior Tyree Sutton won his second district title — and his first since 2012. Sutton (195) pinned Middletown South’s Sean Killeen for the win.Long Branch junior John Tomlinson won the heavyweight title against Ocean Township’s Brian Olesen. His pin gave the Green Wave a late boost on its way to a second place finish.Raritan capped the 2015 District 22 tournament with two champions. Dylan Seidenberg was a winner at 132 pounds over No. 1-seed Marcus Iwama, a standout senior at Rumson-Fair Haven. The Raritan senior became the third Seidenberg brother to bring home gold from districts. Older brothers Dave and Dan were two- and three-time champions, respectively.Eric Drake, also a Raritan senior, defeated Red Bank Regional’s Jack McMahon for the 138-pound championship.The road to Atlantic City continues this week. The top three District 22 wrestlers in each weight class will hit the mats in the Region 6 tournament.Those who won their third-place consolation matches to extend their seasons are Alex Erven, Keyport High School (106); Davie Tieto, Ocean Township (113); Russell Benson, Raritan (120); Chris Donnelly, Ocean Township (126); Jiovani Gomez, Long Branch (132); Tommy Flannagan, Long Branch (138); Thomas Hinz, Red Bank Regional (145); Garrett Fitzgerald, CBA (152); Lamont Reid, Long Branch (160); Fred Svenson, Middletown North (170); Tucker Briggs, Rumson-Fair Haven (182); Viet Le, Ocean Township (195); Joey Jasio, Long Branch (220); and Malcolm Daniels, Raritan (heavyweight).The first round was scheduled to begin Feb. 25 at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River. Quarterfinals will take place on Feb. 27, and the tournament will wrap up a day later.The NJSIAA individual championships will be hosted at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall from March 6-8.