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Romario and Bebeto link up for Brazil to beat U.S. on Independence Day at Stanford in 1994.It was a foregone conclusion. Hungary would lift the Jules Rimet Trophy. After all, Hungary was Olympic champion, unbeaten in four years, and had in Ferenc Puskas the most feared player in the world. And Hungary also defeated West Germany an astonishing 8-3 earlier in the tournament. Instead, the West Germans came back from two goals down to beat the “Magical Magyars” with a goal from Helmut Rahn six minutes from time. “The Miracle of Bern” it was dubbed.On U.S. Independence Day in 1994, the host took on Brazil in the round of 16. Brazil wasn’t its usual fluid self even before left back Leonardo was sent off in the 43rd minute for elbowing Tab Ramos. Eventually, the tournament’s best strike partnership proved the American’s underdoing — Romario’s precision pass to Bebeto was calmly dispatched to keep Brazil on course for its first World Cup triumph since 1970. For the U.S., it was a damp end to a tournament it hosted with trademark razzmatazz.
Link to post Share on other sites MJWalker45 22,252 posts 1 23 hours ago, C-Squared said: 17,487 posts Share on other sites Followers 1 SportsLogos.Net 5,026 8,685 jbru119 Posted December 8, 2017 jbru119 Share this post Location:San Antonio, Texas Location:DC area Mostly Lurking 450 Even Louisville, who uses screened numbers will still have that issue. I do wonder if we’ll start to see teams go back to screened numbers over stitched on numbers. 0 MJWalker45 Posted December 2, 2017 Share this post Link to post Location:Massillon, OH 22,252 posts Share on other sites Link to post I don’t have a problem with the bunching on the shoulders but when it distorts the numbers (which it always does) it looks terrible. Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Members 1,130 5,026 Link to post Posted December 2, 2017 17,487 posts Share on other sites 8,685 Share on other sites Link to post CraigJPritch 10,452 posts Re: Saran Wrap, I never noticed it before, but as I’m digging deeper I realize it’s not unique to USC & I guess I hadn’t noticed it before. Must be a combination of jerseys being so tight & the whatever material Nike has concocted: Share on other sites Share this post 5,026 Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary WSU151 1,130 Gray & metal flake? Does it look pink/clay to anyone else? Maybe it’s my television… FightingGoldenDevil Location:Des Moines, Iowa 2,353 635 posts 1,490 posts Share on other sites 0 Share this post 108 Posted December 3, 2017 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Location:Massillon, OH Share on other sites South Carolina uses the stiff side of Velcro to perform the same task.. Less nasty buildup on the shoulder pads 2,353 Link to post By jbru119, December 2, 2017 in Sports Logo News Two questions after watching last night’s Pac 12 Championship: Posted December 5, 2017 Location:DC area walkerws 0 2 Some of that bunching is also caused by two sided tape. As a game goes on, it’ll bunch up and pull everywhere. jbru119 Members jbru119 I don’t have a problem with the bunching on the shoulders but when it distorts the numbers (which it always does) it looks terrible. Mostly Lurking Members 4 Members Share on other sites Sign in to follow this 450 8,685 Share this post 2. Why do USC jerseys look like they are made of Saran Wrap? jbru119 Share on other sites 6 hours ago, jbru119 said: Sec19Row53 WSU151 Link to post Favourite Logos:Penn State, Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers, Phillies, Eagles, Tottenham Hotspur, Hawthorn Hawks, Jacksonville Jaguars Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Posted December 3, 2017 4 Location:Penn State University – University Park On 12/2/2017 at 10:44 PM, walkerws said: Sports Logos college football 1,728 posts flyersfan Share this post 3,260 Link to post walkerws All Activity Share this post 1 Share on other sites 450 Location:Oconomowoc, WI Posted December 7, 2017 walkerws 5,026 Posted December 5, 2017 0 MJWalker45 1 Members Share on other sites 1 The facemask is grey. By saran wrap do you mean a tight fitting jersey? Because if so then every team since the 90s has been wearing saran wrap That sounds like so much more work. 2 sided tape is applied to the shoulder pads of linemen and skill players to keep the jersey against the pads so that players cant grab any material. As a former student manager when I was in college I can tell you it is a pain to get the jerseys on to the pads with the tape Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Link to post 16 posts Members The facemasks are gray with gold flakes, and I have no idea what you mean by the jerseys looking like saran wrap. 0 16 posts 0 MJWalker45 2,353 2 Favourite Logos:Washington Capitals 2015 Winter Classic, Norfolk Tides Seahorse, Montgomery Biscuits, ODU Monarchs 1 Members 4,331 posts Members WSU151 Share this post Posted December 7, 2017 USC Facemask & Jersey WSU151 This topic is now closed to further replies. 5,026 Members usc Some of that bunching is also caused by two sided tape. As a game goes on, it’ll bunch up and pull everywhere. Members Location:San Antonio, Texas 537 Members 2,848 WavePunter Posted December 3, 2017 Posted December 4, 2017 0 Share this post 5,026 Share on other sites Posted December 4, 2017 Mostly Lurking MJWalker45 5,026 170 posts Share this post jbru119 Link to post Members Tighter jerseys have been a thing for years. Adidas takes pride in making the tightest jersey possible. The newer jerseys try to minimize this but remember that these guys are wearing size 38 jerseys on top of pads so it’s inevitable you would see bunching. walkerws 1 hour ago, flyersfan said: The issue is simply stitching onto stretchy material. Look at any Under Armour shirt with embroidery and you will notice bunching. 450 Share this post Share this post Two questions after watching last night’s Pac 12 Championship: MJWalker45 3,288 posts 13 minutes ago, jbru119 said: C-Squared FightingGoldenDevil Link to post Share this post Recommended Posts Link to post 4 Banned WavePunter 2,848 3,288 posts Posted December 3, 2017 Members 3,260 Share this post Link to post 108 5,026 2,353 WavePunter 8,685 walkerws Share on other sites Even Louisville, who uses screened numbers will still have that issue. I do wonder if we’ll start to see teams go back to screened numbers over stitched on numbers. Link to post 5,026 16 posts Sign in to follow this Forums Home For awhile the USC facemask had a goldish tint to it. I thought we had talked about it here. jbru119 Wait, what about two-sided tape? I don’t know about this… 450 4 1 Link to post 10 hours ago, MJWalker45 said: 1. What is the color of USC’s facemasks & what is the story behind them? They used to be gray, right? Now they’re almost like some sort of clay/pink? 22,252 posts Members Share this post Members Share on other sites uniforms 4 537 4 Re: Saran Wrap, I never noticed it before, but as I’m digging deeper I realize it’s not unique to USC & I guess I hadn’t noticed it before. Must be a combination of jerseys being so tight & the whatever material Nike has concocted: 2,848 4 Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Followers 1 Members 2. Why do USC jerseys look like they are made of Saran Wrap? Share this post 16 posts 5,026 Share this post 10,452 posts Share on other sites jbru119 10,452 posts CraigJPritch 108 Location:San Antonio, Texas Share this post Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Members 450 Share on other sites Yeah. Had that job too. We’d just set it up the night prior so we’d be able to quickly adjust on game day. Eventually we ordered pad specific cut outs. Much better but still a pain. MJWalker45 Posted December 3, 2017 0 Location:San Antonio, Texas Link to post Sports Logo News 5,026 Link to post The issue is simply stitching onto stretchy material. Look at any Under Armour shirt with embroidery and you will notice bunching. 2,353 Link to post Posted December 2, 2017 4 Location:Des Moines, Iowa Forums Home 4 Wow, had no idea. 0 MJWalker45 Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Share on other sites walkerws 5,026 8,685 Posted December 7, 2017 Posted December 3, 2017 450 Posted December 7, 2017 1 4 450 2,353 1,130 Share this post Share on other sites Share on other sites WavePunter 450 Yeah, but unless the NCAA mandates the fit of a uniform it will still occur. That’s my main complaint about adidas uniforms. Mainly because the front numbers bunch up so bad you can’t read them at times. C-Squared Location:757 4 Link to post Sec19Row53 Location:Des Moines, Iowa 0 537 Members 8,685 22,252 posts 4 Gray & metal flake? Does it look pink/clay to anyone else? Maybe it’s my television… 3,260 flyersfan Wait, what about two-sided tape? I don’t know about this… 10 minutes ago, jbru119 said: USC Facemask & Jersey 1 Location:Des Moines, Iowa Mostly Lurking You need data to know what everyone thinks Share this post Posted December 3, 2017 Posted December 8, 2017 1. What is the color of USC’s facemasks & what is the story behind them? They used to be gray, right? Now they’re almost like some sort of clay/pink? Sports Logos Louisville’s numbers aren’t screened, they’re a heat transfer, so I think they may share enough characteristics with twill numbers to fall victim to many of the same issues (especially ones that arise from non-stretchy numbers on a stretchy jersey) Go To Topic Listing All Activity Members If he’s asking about the neck, there’s a striping pattern on their resembling the cuff pattern on Roman tunics. Location:Massillon, OH Sports Logo News USC Facemask & Jersey