- Dec 17, 2005
+1Anything besides a red helmet with a Block R will be massive complaints. These “brand artists” today that work for these marketing firms, Nike and Adidas, and the athletics marketing department wouldn’t know a “brand” if you hit them in the face with it. The most ironic job ever, “re-branding” .. isn’t that a bit of an oxymoron. Just expect some “new, fresh” BS that is unrecognizable from anything that reminds you of Rutgers university.
Other than a change of font to the 2008 unis, looks good to me. This is as the classic Rutgers brand as you can get.I think it's back to something like our first adidas jerseys just with the new Primeknit. Maybe some tweaks. It won't quite be the classic Nike ones but it'll be close.
The entire athletics department uses that # font, which was created for us by Nike and for some reason we took it to Adidas. I'd be shocked if we changed that to a standard block # with the $ issues we have, but would love it.Agree slight tweaks. Probably get rid of the "Rollerball" style number font and return to more block style numbers. As for shoulder stripe, I can take or leave. Hopefully not too much more drastic changes than that.
Glad I scrolled down.. was just going to post a mask... as in.. they won' t need football unis. (I go back and forth on that).
Hate the Chicago Bears round number font almost as much as this one now.Other than a change of font to the 2008 unis, looks good to me. This is as the classic Rutgers brand as you can get.
And everyone still on Nike's jock eventhough they treated Rutgers like crap the first time around. Hasnt Adidas been good to Rutgers?