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UB to rebrand?
04-04-2013 02:02 PM
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RE: UB to rebrand?
Buffalo Bulls continue to push a
New York State of mind

[Image: ub_basketball_court.png]

The University at Buffalo has been re-branding everything this summer. The school is not officially changing anything but the Athletics Department, under the guidance of new director Danny White, is doing everything he can within the confines of the State University system.

First it was the basketball court and now it seems the football jerseys are getting a subtle upgrade. The change is in the form of a new patch above the numbers clearly accentuates NEW YORK, which is different from previous jerseys that just said BUFFALO.

[Image: new-buffalo-football-uniforms-570x427.jpg]



http://www.ubbullrun.com/2013/7/23/45489...te-of-mind
08-05-2013 07:27 PM
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