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first_imgNew York Jets' Richie Anderson (20) loses the ball as he is hit by Carolina Panthers' Dean Wells (95) in the first quarter at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday Oct. 28, 2001. Carolina Panthers' Rashard Anderson recovered the fumble and ran it back 97 yards for a touchdown.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)New York Jets’ Richie Anderson (20) loses the ball as he is hit by Carolina Panthers’ Dean Wells (95) in the first quarter at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday Oct. 28, 2001. Carolina Panthers’ Rashard Anderson recovered the fumble and ran it back 97 yards for a touchdown.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)Former University of Kentucky and NFL linebacker Dean Wells will return to his alma mater on Friday to host a free football camp for 3rd-8th graders at Holy Cross High School. Registration forms for the non-contact camp are available at holycrosshs.com by clicking the Athletics and Summer Camps tabs, or they may be completed in person from 8:15-9 a.m. Friday at the school, which is located at 5144 Dixie Highway in Louisville. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and free lunch and T-shirt will be provided for each participant.Wells was a team captain as a senior in 1992, and the Seattle Seahawks picked him in the fourth round of the 1993 NFL Draft. The four-time All-SEC Academic Team member played in the NFL through 2001, a run that saw him amass more than 500 tackles with the Seahawks and Carolina Panthers.For more information, contact Todd Crumbacker at tcrumbacker@holycrosshs.com or 502-930-8947.last_img read more

Bengals in all black in 2003

first_img 15 Link to post Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Banned 2 1,276 Posted July 10, 2012 0 17,487 posts 18,003 I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. I also wish that both the Bengals and the Ravens had kept their natural grass surfaces that they originally had when their new stadiums had opened. I don’t get why teams like the Redskins, Browns, and Packers have grass but those 2 did away with it. I applaud the Steelers and Eagles for staying with grass. I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me tooWell first of all, was Buffalo Bill brown?Second of all, the “are there navy bears? green eagles? blue lions?” argument doesn’t hold here, because bengal tigers are orange and black, and the team does use orange and black. Since they’re clearly trying to resemble their mascot, it doesn’t make sense for them to be black-based.All that being said, I do like that old look. I also like the leaping tiger on the sleeve, but I’m not sure that it works anymore with today’s tank top jerseys. Just extend the stripe pattern all the way to the cuff (sort of like the current set) and it’s perfect. I think that even monochrome haters have to be OK with their black on black look from that era. Link to post 8,685 Page 1 of 2   Bengals in all black in 2003 1,083 By phutmasterflex, July 10, 2012 in Sports Logo News 5,835 posts phutmasterflex Share this post Jezus_Ghoti 1,276 Share on other sites Members Harmening Share on other sites Location:Jacksonville, FL Link to post Members BBTV 46,552 posts Link to post 5,159 Location:West Coast 5,159 Link to post WSU151 Share on other sites 15 Moderators Bengals in all black in 2003 1,005 Members Location:West Coast 1 Medical Crab phutmasterflex Share this post Link to post phutmasterflex Posted July 10, 2012 Posted July 10, 2012 Bengals in all black in 2003 Posted July 10, 2012 illwauk phutmasterflex 1,005 Next Share on other sites Link to post 1,005 1,083 1,005 Share this post Share this post Share on other sites 3,026 posts Forums Home Share this post Phoenix is a bangwagon town Location:Southern California 18,003 Share this post illwauk Members Link to post Share this post 0 712 posts 423 13,075 1,276 3,583 Share this post 0 Share on other sites Link to post 1,005 Members 522 Jezus_Ghoti I was watching NFL Network and they showed an opening day clip of the Bengals in an all-black uniform in 2003. This was the season before they switched to their current set. I tried to find a picture of it and was only able to find one:I don’t remember this, but was this a one-time thing for the Bengals? I don’t ever recall black pants being part of their uniform style with that set. Anyone have more info on this? Just curious. Got you roasted like evah Location:The DMV Posted July 10, 2012 3,239 posts Favourite Logos:Buffalo Bills ’62-73 .. Buffalo Bisons (hockey) ’56-’70 .. Buffalo Sabres ’06-’07 alternate logo slapshot Posted July 10, 2012 I like that there is no huge white side stripe on those unis. ARTnSocal Share on other sites JaxNoles 0 Link to post Take the logo off the sleeve and put the #’s back and you have a truly great look. Location:West Coast 15 Go To Topic Listing what the hell is ccslc? Members 5,835 posts 0 All Activity Link to post 19,560 posts I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me tooWell first of all, was Buffalo Bill brown?Second of all, the “are there navy bears? green eagles? blue lions?” argument doesn’t hold here, because bengal tigers are orange and black, and the team does use orange and black. Since they’re clearly trying to resemble their mascot, it doesn’t make sense for them to be black-based.See that’s where you and I differ. The fact that they used the actual colors of the animal is enough for me. I don’t need them to look 100% like them. I don’t need them to be orange because the Bengal tiger is orange. It’d be nice but if they went orange, that means the entire jersey needs to have stripes to match the helmet and I don’t want a team to look like real tigers on the field. I like it as is 1,005 Harmening 5,835 posts Members ARTnSocal 1,083 Posted July 10, 2012 1,005 Location:Effington 0 643 posts Link to post 0 Sports Share this post Location:Washington, DC 5,159 SportsLogos.Net Location:Cincinnati Posted July 10, 2012 I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me tooWell first of all, was Buffalo Bill brown?Second of all, the “are there navy bears? green eagles? blue lions?” argument doesn’t hold here, because bengal tigers are orange and black, and the team does use orange and black. Since they’re clearly trying to resemble their mascot, it doesn’t make sense for them to be black-based.See that’s where you and I differ. The fact that they used the actual colors of the animal is enough for me. I don’t need them to look 100% like them. I don’t need them to be orange because the Bengal tiger is orange. It’d be nice but if they went orange, that means the entire jersey needs to have stripes to match the helmet and I don’t want a team to look like real tigers on the field. I like it as isI understand your argument, but since the Bengals are using their natural colors, I don’t see why they don’t reverse the colors and go with orange w/ black stripes and keep it as it should be. If they were only using a logo on the helmet like LSU does then I could comprehend it, but they use real Bengal colors in the entire uniform scheme, but they have it reversed.The orange w/ black striped alternate should be primary IMO. Location:West Coast phutmasterflex phutmasterflex Share on other sites 3,026 posts 0 Sign in to follow this   Share on other sites Next Members 26 Members 26 DC in Da House w/o a Doubt 3,583 I was watching NFL Network and they showed an opening day clip of the Bengals in an all-black uniform in 2003. This was the season before they switched to their current set. I tried to find a picture of it and was only able to find one:I don’t remember this, but was this a one-time thing for the Bengals? I don’t ever recall black pants being part of their uniform style with that set. Anyone have more info on this? Just curious.Marvin Lewis surprised the team with those pants for their first game of the year. They lost the opening game to Denver. They wore them at home in week 17 against Cleveland with the playoffs on the line and lost that game too. So to answer your question, they were worn exactly twice. They changed to their current uniforms the next season.It’s a shame because that was already a great uniform set and those pants would’ve added an extra element. I remember all season hoping to see them with the white jerseys but it never happened. I was surprised when they came out in them against the Browns as I had figured they superstitiously benched them after getting throttled by Denver in week 1.more pictures:Thanks for answering my curiosity. Now I can go on the rest of the week without these lingering questions on my mind. I must say, they looks really nice and way better than their current set. ARTnSocal Location:Okoboji, IA Link to post 1,005 8,685center_img 1,005 phutmasterflex Share on other sites Members Location:Southern California 5,835 posts Members 13,075 JaxNoles 522 Initialisms Suck Link to post Share on other sites I also favor the orange set. Looks much better. Share this post 522 Posted July 10, 2012 Sign in to follow this   Members 522 ARTnSocal Posted July 10, 2012 Posted July 10, 2012 WSU151 423 Link to post Location:Wisco I remember thinking that the Bengals uniforms were stale and in need of an update. I should have been careful what I wished for. Now, I pine for those old Bengals uniforms. This topic is now closed to further replies. slapshot Location:West Coast phutmasterflex 2 Share this post Members Sports Logos Members Members Members 522 18,003 Share on other sites Share on other sites 423 210 SoxSteeler 0 Posted July 10, 2012 Prev Posted July 10, 2012 1,005 Hate to beat a dead horse here, but those are sooo much better than their current uni’s. Love the sleeve logo and the way it pops with the white outline. Location:DC area Share this post 522 Somehow the black socks dont destroy the identity. The Bengals need to be in orange regularly with an all black alternate, and use the freaking tiger head as the primary my god it’s just so superior to the B. 1,005 Share on other sites 1,005 5,125 posts DC in Da House w/o a Doubt 17,857 posts 1,005 SportsLogos.Net 0 0 Sport BBTV Link to post 1,005 720 2,052 posts ARTnSocal Link to post 0 Here’s a case of monochrome done well. The thick tiger-stripe patterns give the black just enough contrast to not be overwhelming. Posted July 10, 2012 Location:Southern California Favourite Logos:Buffalo Bills ’62-73 .. Buffalo Bisons (hockey) ’56-’70 .. Buffalo Sabres ’06-’07 alternate logo Share this post 5,835 posts 6,236 posts Sports Logos Posted July 10, 2012 Share on other sites DeFrank 210 Sodboy13 13,075 I also wish that both the Bengals and the Ravens had kept their natural grass surfaces that they originally had when their new stadiums had opened. I don’t get why teams like the Redskins, Browns, and Packers have grass but those 2 did away with it. I applaud the Steelers and Eagles for staying with grass.It all comes to use of the stadium. Green Bay and Cleveland are the only regular tenants of their respective stadiums, so even with grass, the turf isn’t getting eaten up with constant use from multiple tenants. For some reason, the Bengals weren’t able to maintain the grass surface, and found it easier to host more events with a turf field.Washington DC is a bit further south, and that makes a difference in maintaining the quality of the grass field.Pittsburgh and Philadelphia have two of the worst fields in the league. Both fields host many teams (Steelers/Pitt and Eagles/Temple), so trying to maintain those fields is a big exercise in futility.Gillette Stadium’s field used to be grass, but it got destroyed by a bad storm, and was replaced with turf mid-season. I’m surprised that Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and even Tennessee have kept grass at the point, considering the quality (all poor) and multiple tenants destroying it over the course of a season. Posted July 10, 2012 Share this post ARTnSocal Here’s a case of monochrome done well. The thick tiger-stripe patterns give the black just enough contrast to not be overwhelming.I’d like to see this combo done with an orange sock, to avoid the leotard problem and to balance with the helmet. Eve without that, this was a good look and a solid set. The Bengals’ look post-Champion was something that could and should have stayed a lot longer than it did. Add an orange alternate top or a throwback set – done. Now we’re entering season nine of mishmash panels, wildly inconsistent striping, a bad drop-shadowed font, and a certifiably baffling primary logo. Favourite Logos:Buffalo Bills ’62-73 .. Buffalo Bisons (hockey) ’56-’70 .. Buffalo Sabres ’06-’07 alternate logo Members 26,438 posts Link to post Share this post Posted July 10, 2012 Share on other sites All Activity 3,026 posts 0 Sodboy13 Sport 0 Share this post 0 210 Recommended Posts 0 Share this post 720 Share this post Share on other sites Followers 0 Share this post Link to post 720 phutmasterflex 3,583 8,685 522 Sports Logo News 0 Members Washington DC is a bit further south, and that makes a difference in maintaining the quality of the grass field.Pittsburgh and Philadelphia have two of the worst fields in the league. Both fields host many teams (Steelers/Pitt and Eagles/Temple), so trying to maintain those fields is a big exercise in futility.Gillette Stadium’s field used to be grass, but it got destroyed by a bad storm, and was replaced with turf mid-season. I’m surprised that Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and even Tennessee have kept grass at the point, considering the quality (all poor) and multiple tenants destroying it over the course of a season.Washington and Baltimore are only 30 miles apart, so I don’t see what difference that makes for the Ravens to of done away with their original grass.The Steelers keep theirs because the players have consistently pleaded with the Rooney’s to keep the grass, feels it gives them an edge.I’ve heard the Steelers gets beat up and isn’t the best, I hadn’t heard that about the Eagles. I don’t see why Pitt doesn’t have their own stadium to play their games in. As far as I’m concerned with all the profits the NFL brings in, they should have natural grass in all stadiums except the retractable domes, like the Rams who I wish would move back to LA where they belong. (sorry Rams fans in St L)Also …. Doesn’t the new stadium in AZ have a surface that is wheeled outside of the stadium where they maintain it? If that’s the case, I don’t see why they didn’t do that same technology with all the money spent on the new Met Life and Cowboys Stadiums. College and NFL clubs shouldn’t ground-share. NFL is big-business and all teams should play on grass no matter the cost. (exception NO, ATL, ST L, DET, MIN) …….. (IMO)The big soccer leagues in Europe and England don’t allow artificial surfaces, yet they make it thru the very rainy and near-freezing and at times sub-freezing temperatures during winter. So does the English 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th tiers. Some of them even house rugby matches. Share on other sites Posted July 10, 2012 “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!&quot SoxSteeler phutmasterflex 522 26 0 Share on other sites Posted July 10, 2012 I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me tooWell first of all, was Buffalo Bill brown?Second of all, the “are there navy bears? green eagles? blue lions?” argument doesn’t hold here, because bengal tigers are orange and black, and the team does use orange and black. Since they’re clearly trying to resemble their mascot, it doesn’t make sense for them to be black-based.See that’s where you and I differ. The fact that they used the actual colors of the animal is enough for me. I don’t need them to look 100% like them. I don’t need them to be orange because the Bengal tiger is orange. It’d be nice but if they went orange, that means the entire jersey needs to have stripes to match the helmet and I don’t want a team to look like real tigers on the field. I like it as isI understand your argument, but since the Bengals are using their natural colors, I don’t see why they don’t reverse the colors and go with orange w/ black stripes and keep it as it should be. If they were only using a logo on the helmet like LSU does then I could comprehend it, but they use real Bengal colors in the entire uniform scheme, but they have it reversed.I see your point but at least for me, it doesn’t have to be orange. Since it’s an alternate is fine with me. Taking the colors of the actual animal doesn’t mean a team MUST copy the animal for their uniform. It’s not like the black is a bad look either. The fact that orange is an alt is good because it’s unique in itself and the fact they don’t wear it all that often gives it some kind of mysterious aura feel to itPretty much this. Sometimes you just have to go with what looks better. In my opinion, the black jersey looks better as the regular uniform. I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me tooWell first of all, was Buffalo Bill brown?Second of all, the “are there navy bears? green eagles? blue lions?” argument doesn’t hold here, because bengal tigers are orange and black, and the team does use orange and black. Since they’re clearly trying to resemble their mascot, it doesn’t make sense for them to be black-based.See that’s where you and I differ. The fact that they used the actual colors of the animal is enough for me. I don’t need them to look 100% like them. I don’t need them to be orange because the Bengal tiger is orange. It’d be nice but if they went orange, that means the entire jersey needs to have stripes to match the helmet and I don’t want a team to look like real tigers on the field. I like it as isI understand your argument, but since the Bengals are using their natural colors, I don’t see why they don’t reverse the colors and go with orange w/ black stripes and keep it as it should be. If they were only using a logo on the helmet like LSU does then I could comprehend it, but they use real Bengal colors in the entire uniform scheme, but they have it reversed.I see your point but at least for me, it doesn’t have to be orange. Since it’s an alternate is fine with me. Taking the colors of the actual animal doesn’t mean a team MUST copy the animal for their uniform. It’s not like the black is a bad look either. The fact that orange is an alt is good because it’s unique in itself and the fact they don’t wear it all that often gives it some kind of mysterious aura feel to it 522 Page 1 of 2   Share on other sites Posted July 10, 2012 Share this post I was watching NFL Network and they showed an opening day clip of the Bengals in an all-black uniform in 2003. This was the season before they switched to their current set. I tried to find a picture of it and was only able to find one:I don’t remember this, but was this a one-time thing for the Bengals? I don’t ever recall black pants being part of their uniform style with that set. Anyone have more info on this? Just curious.Marvin Lewis surprised the team with those pants for their first game of the year. They lost the opening game to Denver. They wore them at home in week 17 against Cleveland with the playoffs on the line and lost that game too. So to answer your question, they were worn exactly twice. They changed to their current uniforms the next season.It’s a shame because that was already a great uniform set and those pants would’ve added an extra element. I remember all season hoping to see them with the white jerseys but it never happened. I was surprised when they came out in them against the Browns as I had figured they superstitiously benched them after getting throttled by Denver in week 1.more pictures: Link to post 1 I’ve always felt that a team known as the ‘Bengals’ should have orange jerseys with black stripes, not the other way around.Has anyone ever seen a black Bengal Tiger? I’ve seen a rare white one with black stripes, but never a black one with orange stripes.Sorry … I don’t like them in black … I like the orange set. But by that logic, that means the Bills should be in brown colored uniforms. Has anyone seen a blue Seahawk?I’m fine with the Bengals in black because at least it is a color on the actual animal. And the fact they have an orange alt works for me too DeFrank Followers 0 Prev 1,005 0 Forums Home 12,353 posts Sports Logo News 0last_img read more