I have done so on the PS3 and I think it looks cool, but that's just me.
Instead of towels or pom poms, what about what Rutgers did last year?
Gave out signs that said "Go Rutgers" or something. The sign was something like cardboard covered in a plastic material. The sign could be folded so that it made a "fan shape". That fan could be slapped against your hand or a chair back to make noise.
It seemed pretty bad ***. 15,000 screaming Cyclones with noise makers would be pretty awesome.
Someone email JP. :)
my protection money will be at the football facility in a brown paper bag by 3pm.
Thank you godfather, thank you.
1. Get on your ps3
2. Browse to cyclones.tv
3. Report back whether it works or not.
I saw something about their latest system update having flash...
4. Create a new thread if it works and rake in the credits.
A great image heading into Friday afternoon happy hour!! :laugh:
And if Nile Kinnick rolls over in his grave, maybe EIU could enlist a new sponsor & namesake:
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The current design was clearly matched with absolutely horrible alternatives to lead the voting exactly where they wanted it to go. I also know that JP got enough feedback from people who didn't like the white helmets the designs were shown on that they nixed any idea of white helmets (at the time at least).
I never really liked the fact that it was put out there as pick the helmet design and then when it was done it was touted as the masses have spoken on what Athletics trademark they want. No one was asked to vote on the overall trademark. I didn't like it because it was clear to me simply a manipulative move. But it was a smart, shrewd move that strengthened the department and people's feeling of inclusion in the department. I didn't like the process, but one little complaint on my part doesn't even start to tip the scales against all of the great things JP has done for ISU. I really didn't like the mark much, but it has grown on me. Let's just keep it and build a brand, not change every decade or less.