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RE: Spring Game
(04-12-2022 10:37 AM)MUther Wrote:  
(04-12-2022 09:02 AM)GreenBison Wrote:  
(04-12-2022 08:37 AM)MUther Wrote:  
(04-12-2022 08:06 AM)Surbadger Wrote:  The one thing that bugs me about Marshall's logo is why the black bar is so wide. It would look much better being the same length as the entire logo.

[Image: A-New-Design-16.jpg]

I prefer the longer bar. Don't know why. Just looks better without trying to be neat.

I like the Green M by itself.

Clean
Recognizable
Simple

[Image: marshall-helmet-rests-on-the-sideline-be...1237401093]

For some things, sure. But I was referring to the two choices he offered. The banner looks better on the open field but would clutter the helmet. The plain M is too dull to be the centerpiece of the field, imo. That's why there are multiple accepted logos. They each look good situationally.
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