Tulsa’s football helmets

first_imgAll Activity 2,517 Forums Home Link to post Sports Logo News 8,685 Sign in to follow this   Link to post Share this post Share this post Link to post Posted November 4, 2011 BigDmo 326 WideRight Link to post stumpygremlin Share this post Share on other sites Members Trevis Meseroll 17,646 posts 11,770 posts Reminds me of a Magic Eye posterWow, it’s a schooner. Members Terrible… TBGKon Members Posted November 4, 2011 Share on other sites 9,766 posts Posted November 4, 2011 0 Go To Topic Listing 326 Followers 0 Share this post Members 0 0 Members 0 Tulsa’s football helmets Yuck. Whole words on helmets is/are awful. I don’t know why teams think it looks good. Even Texas Christian putting TCU is a bit much. I don’t mind a singular letter – although I think a single letter works better for baseball – but multiple letters or words just doesn’t look right. I guess Oklahoma could be the exception. 430 Share on other sites Posted October 24, 2011 2,019 posts Link to post 0 themightyspitz I wanna know is that a decal or what? 973 yh 7 43 Posted November 4, 2011 Share on other sites 1,716 Favourite Logos:The Cross, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots Link to post 973 Buffalo 8,685 1,924 posts 19 Favourite Logos:USFL’s Florida Tuskers Share on other sites Members Members DCDuck Link to post 23 Sports Logos If you stare at it long enough the “Tulsa” script will do a barrel roll. Share on other sites Members 0 27,087 posts 0 nuordr Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites 49 Link to post Discrim 1,182 Share on other sites 1,182 is very bendy…and I need a hug 599 posts Share on other sites 2,715 posts 1,844 Share this post Yuck. Whole words on helmets is/are awful. I don’t know why teams think it looks good. Even Texas Christian putting TCU is a bit much. I don’t mind a singular letter – although I think a single letter works better for baseball – but multiple letters or words just doesn’t look right. I guess Oklahoma could be the exception.What? I have never heard anyone complain about Illinois, the old Giants’ helmet, WSU’s “Cougars” script, UCLA,the Jets, Florida, etc. I think a “full word” is fine if done in a legible font at a reasonable size. The problems with this helmet have nothing to do with the word Tulsa and everything to do with the wacky background and the huge size of the logo. 2,592 posts 71 Share on other sites Share on other sites themightyspitz Posted November 4, 2011 2,399 BrandMooreArt Location:Louisville, KY Link to post 1,844 Tulsa’s football helmets Recommended Posts Yamma Hamma!That decal is 90s-sized! Even without the pattern, this would be a bad one. Yamma Hamma!THAT’S AWESOME!!The pattern creates an optical illusion, akin to the motion of a cyclone/hurricane.It’s called a Moire effect…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moir%C3%A9_patternIt’s like Nike was like, lets with the TV cameras ESTONES6 Yamma Hamma!Must be time to go bowling. 14,123 posts charger77 0 4,173 posts 72 Banned SportsLogos.Net Location:Racine, WI…where I am very proud of my 0-year NFL career 0 Members Posted November 4, 2011 Share this post Location:Baltimore, MD Share this post 7 Posted November 4, 2011 DCDuck Share this post 0 yh I know one thing, apparently that helmet was blue and white…it looked like they borrowed North Carolina’s helmets instead. And I had to squint to see the Tulsa script. Clearly they didn’t think this one through all the way. BigMac12 Share on other sites 12 Location:Colorado Springs, CO 43 0 16 12 4,044 posts Share this post Share this post Share this post Share on other sites Next 3,760 I actually like it. It’s refreshing to see a helmet that is trying to be modern without using black, matte, or both. Share this post 0 I wanna know is that a decal or what?i believe its a vinyl wrap, but not sure 1,182 0 By uk-owns-iu, October 24, 2011 in Sports Logo News Next Location:Sun Devil Country Share this post Location:Indiana > Miami Share this postcenter_img 71 Buffalo 0 Link to post In all kinds of weather 924 posts SportsLogos.Net 1,384 posts Yamma Hamma! 88 Link to post rtrich11 Location:Cincinnati, Ohio WSU151 Favourite Logos:FSU Seminoles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Cincinnati Reds, Tampa Bay Rays Members The only thing I can think of is that they divided by zero. Posted November 4, 2011 Link to post Location:Tampa Bay 72 Reminds me of a Magic Eye poster Share this post 23 Tom Richards 2,399 1,716 Followers 0 8,685 3,760 Displaced Washingtonian Posted November 4, 2011 1 Tulsa’s football helmets 326 Location:Michigan Moderators 7,253 posts BigDmo Prev Members Discrim 0 Link to post It’s the Oregon carbon fiber helmet but blue, nothing that exciting 7 Sports Logos Link to post 2,517 stumpygremlin 19 Location:DC area Prev Posted November 4, 2011 Trevis Meseroll Posted November 4, 2011 12 Members 1,716 ESTONES6 962 posts nuordr uk-owns-iu Link to post Link to post Link to post Favourite Logos:Bills, Seahawks, MN Wild, NYCFC, USFL Breakers, USFL Panthers If you stare hard enough… you see a 3D image of the smallest school by undergraduate enrollment in D1 FBS.Or you give yourself cateracts. Maybe both. Share on other sites 0 2,517 See Red 19 49 Members 88 Location:Cleveland, OH Posted November 4, 2011 BigMac12 1,844 Graphic Designer Location:Tampa, FL Forums Home All Activity Share on other sites Members 0 72 43 Share on other sites 588 posts 16 9,114 posts 1,658 posts Members Link to post Posted November 4, 2011 Members Location:Kentucky Share this post BrandMooreArt Owner @CDOriginals WideRight Page 1 of 2   0 2,399 Link to post Share this post Posted November 4, 2011 TBGKon 2 Reminds me of a Magic Eye posterWow, it’s a schooner.You dumb bastard! That’s not a schooner, it’s a sailboat. 17,487 posts KCCO 16 Link to post Share this post Posted November 4, 2011 973 “Sports Aesthetics” Yamma Hamma!What were the people designing that thinking, drinking, smoking, etc, when they came up with that, um, putrid design? The Greatest Location:Eugene, Oregon rtrich11 430 Posted November 4, 2011 Sign in to follow this   0 Posted November 4, 2011 71 49 charger77 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Location:Philadelphia, PA Members 430 88 Favourite Logos:Philadelphia EaglesSeattle MarinersCubs “Cuba” scriptFremantle Dockers Posted November 4, 2011 altosax29b altosax29b Members Share this post My son also happens to be named Bort! 3,760 1 2 Hurts your eyes looking at them…http://www.lostlettermen.com/tulsa-helmets-boggle-the-eye-mind/ Page 1 of 2   uk-owns-iu 0 See Red 23 Posted October 24, 2011 Favourite Logos:I love old, classic/vintage logos. I love franchises like the Yankees, Celtics and Browns who keep the same basic style of uniform for years. WSU151 Share on other sites Sports Logo News Share on other siteslast_img read more

Philly Fanatics: Eagles faithful take to the streets after 1st Super Bowl win

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(PHILADELPHIA) — More than 10,000 Eagles fans stormed the streets of Philadelphia on Sunday night to celebrate their team’s first Super Bowl victory. Fireworks lit up the skies of downtown Philadelphia as fans of the championship-starved franchise sang, cried and drank into the wee hours of Monday morning. It was a celebration 58 years in the making.Fans could be seen climbing poles, buildings, cars and even hotel awnings as the Eagles’ fight song “Fly Eagles Fly” was belted with drunken revelry into the night by thousands of fans. The celebration was mostly peaceful but the Philadelphia Police Department did respond to a number of isolated incidents during the celebration.“We have had several acts of vandalism where windows have been smashed and some injuries have been reported around light poles that have been pulled down,” a Philadelphia Police spokesperson said. “We have one report of looting at a gas station. There have been no fatalities.” A large group of fans climbed the gates of City Hall with beer kegs while a car on Walnut Street was flipped on its side. There were also a number of small fires set on the street but nobody was seriously injured. Police began clearing out fans around 1:30 a.m. and were able to clear the streets by about 4 a.m.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

Leafs run unbeaten streak to six games with win over Ghostriders

first_imgSam Burford registered his fourth win of the season in goal for Nelson — the second in as many nights.The game was played in Sparwood due to the ongoing investigation of an ammonia leak last month at the Fernie Memorial Arena.A post on the City of Fernie Facebook page said RCMP are currently conducting their on-scene investigation at the Arena.“While this is underway, RCMP have full control of the Arena and the City of Fernie and other agencies do not have any access to the facility,” the post said.“Once the RCMP have concluded their on-scene investigation, WorksafeBC will take control of the Arena to conduct their investigation.”Nelson’s win, combined with a Beaver Valley 4-2 loss to Kimberley Saturday in the East Kootenay, increases Nelson’s Murdoch Division lead to nine points.The Leafs, 18-3-1-0-1, complete a six-game road trip away Friday in Grand Forks against the Border Bruins.Nelson, the top team in the KIJHL, returns to the NDCC Arena Saturday to host Castlegar Rebels at 7 p.m. Paced by team captain Sawyer Hunt, the Nelson Leafs ran its Kootenay International Junior Hockey League unbeaten streak to six games Saturday night in Sparwood.Hunt, who currently leads the Leafs in scoring with 25 points, registered three points to lead Nelson to a 6-3 victory over Fernie Ghostriders.Jack Karran, with a pair, Logan Wullum, Michael Bladon, David Sanchez and Jackson Zimmermann scored for Nelson as the visitors held period leads of 3-1 and 5-2.Greg Susinski, Brendan Nemes and Jace Woodley replied for the Riders.last_img read more

Double Header for Galway and Mayo this Saturday

first_imgA Double Header for Galway and Mayo Ladies and Men’s Senior Football Teams this Saturday in Castlebar. Galway v Mayo Senior Ladies starts at 5.15pm followed by the Allianz League game at 7.15pm meetings National Football League between Galway and Mayo Men’s Senior Football Teams since 20012001National Football League Final – Galway 0-12 Mayo 0-132006National Football League Semi- Final – Galway 1-11 Mayo 1-62007National Football League Semi-Final – Galway 1-12 Mayo 2-102008National Football League Division 1 – Galway 2-9 Mayo 1-112009National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 1-11 Galway 0-132010National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 2-14 Galway 1-102011National Football League Division 1 – Mayo 2-14 Galway 0-122018 National Football League Division 1 – Galway 1-13 Mayo 0-11The Galway and Mayo Senior Ladies football teams last encountered in the League last year when Mayo won by a goal at Pearse Stadium to seal their second win of the campaign. Elaine Murphy pulled off a late point-blank save to deny Emma Reaney and ensure victory for her side. First-half goals from Grace Kelly and Sinead Cafferkey had Peter Leahy’s charges in good stead but the Tribeswomen sparked to life in the second period. Mayo’s defence saw the fixture out though.Galway and Mayo Senior Ladies Football Team meetings in the League since 20152015 –Galway 1-16 Mayo 2-62016 –Galway 1-10 Mayo 2-82017 –Galway 2-8 Mayo 1-102018 –Galway 1-7 Mayo 2-7print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Van der Vaart’s ‘grandad footballer’ dream ruined by sudden retirement

first_imgRAFAEL VAN DER VAART has announced his sudden retirement from football after suffering a new injury.The former Tottenham and Real Madrid midfielder earned 109 caps for Holland during his illustrious career but said he was forced to quit after suffering yet another fitness issue during training with Danish club Esbjerg fB.4 Van der Vaart enjoyed two fruitful seasons with Spurs.Credit: Times Newspapers LtdThe 35-year-old had already decided that this season would be his last as a professional.But he chose to retire early having spent the entire campaign recovering from injuries and regaining match fitness.He said: “I do need to stop now. I am not here just to rehabilitate but to play football. Otherwise I would lose all fun and I want to preempt that moment.”I would have loved to become a granddad while playing football, but unfortunately that is unattainable.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVESalah admits he could LEAVE Liverpool, how Sancho will fit in Utd XILive Blogblues newsChelsea transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeRevealedFORTUNE TELLERIncredible Hawkeye blunder saved Villa’s lives – but Smith says it was karmaNEXT SEASONAaron Connolly says ‘see you next year’ after scoring goal to end seasonLive BlogJU BEAUTYJuventus vs Sampdoria LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news4 Van der Vaart was part of the Dutch squad who reached the 2010 World Cup final.Credit: AP:Associated Press”I can only be grateful at this moment for all those years in which I could play football.”Van der Vaart even had some kind words to say about his spell at Spurs, who signed him from Real in 2010.He ended up playing 63 matches in his two-season career at White Hart Lane, scoring 24 goals.He said: “All those players, staff and fans, from the [Johan Cruyff] ArenA, the Volkspark stadium [in Hamburg], White Hart Lane up to the Bernabeu, I only have warm feelings about it all. It was a great time.”4 In two years at the Bernabeu he claimed just one major honour.Credit: AP:Associated PressThe Dutchman started his career at the age of ten at the famed Ajax academy, where he also made his professional debut in the year 2000.After playing for Hamburg, Madrid, Spurs, and Real Betis, he moved to Denmark as he wanted to be closer to his current Dutch girlfriend Estavana Polman, who is a professional handball player.Van der Vaart was previously known for his relationship with the stunning Sylvie Meis.After an unlucky spell at FC Midtjylland where he was mostly benched due to injuries and not being match-fit, Van der Vaart moved to Esbjerg fB, but he only managed four appearances for the side due to injury. View this post on Instagram this one ❤️ #2yearstogether #hoehouddiehetvol A post shared by Estavana Polman (@estavana) on Mar 21, 2018 at 7:58am PDT4 After moving to Esbjerg in August, Van der Vaart made just four appearances before calling time on his career.Credit: Twitter @rafvdvaartThe playmaker added: “I managed to win trophies and played for championships, both with my clubs, the Dutch national team, and as an individual.”In all those years I have played with and against so many great players in the most beautiful stadiums. I could never have dreamt that as a little boy.”The attacking midfielder scored 25 goals in over a century of appearances for the Dutch national side and appeared at five major tournaments for his country – including as a substitute in the 2010 World Cup final defeat to Spain.Wolves 2-3 Tottenham – Lamela, Moura and Kane strike for Spurs to sink the Wandererslast_img read more