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  1. 1. Now that the dust has settled, what is your grade for the new Fighting Hawks logo now?

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Put the Curious Hawk video on the big screens when plays are under review.

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3 minutes ago, puck said:

Put the Curious Hawk video on the big screens when plays are under review.

That video has a lot of uses, I'd like it to be used somehow....

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Hooker sporting a new Fighting Hawks shirt at the Big Sky media day.  Still waiting for a member pf the hockey team (other than Berry) to be spotted with the new logo on their clothing!!

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4 minutes ago, Siouxperfan7 said:

Hooker sporting a new Fighting Hawks shirt at the Big Sky media day.  Still waiting for a member pf the hockey team (other than Berry) to be spotted with the new logo on their clothing!!

Spotted this on Through These Doors last week.  The guy in yellow (can't tell who it is) is rocking a backwards F'Hawks logo hat.

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"Hooker sporting a new Fighting Hawks shirt at the Big Sky media day.  Still waiting for a member pf the hockey team (other than Berry) to be spotted with the new logo on their clothing!!"

The latest Midco video on Brad Berrys show had a segment on Trainer Poolman & one of the players had on a Fighting Hawks hat while lifting weights

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34 minutes ago, runaroundsioux said:

Are you, Darrell and UND-1 all going to get together for a circle jerk then?

Right after you GFY.

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55 minutes ago, InHeavenThereIsNoBeer said:

Give it a rest dude...

And judging by the post below yours you only had to wait approximately 6 minutes.

Just stating the obvious.  Pretty apparent that the mens hockey team is the program that is most resistant to adapting the new name and logo.  Glad to see that some are beginning to embrace change.

I'm really not trying be a dick about the new nickname and logo and whether enough student athletes, coaches, fans, etc are supporting it.  Just my way of trying to accept it.  Don't really mean to put others down for not embracing it at the speed and amount I and others are.  No offense to those others out there.  Sorry guys.

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52 minutes ago, Siouxphan27 said:

Lol lol

I think they refer to it as a 'beak tweak'

fire up the screen printer and get the tv shirts ready

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27 minutes ago, Siouxperfan7 said:

Just stating the obvious.  Pretty apparent that the mens hockey team is the program that is most resistant to adapting the new name and logo.  Glad to see that some are beginning to embrace change.

I'm really not trying be a dick about the new nickname and logo and whether enough student athletes, coaches, fans, etc are supporting it.  Just my way of trying to accept it.  Don't really mean to put others down for not embracing it at the speed and amount I and others are.  No offense to those others out there.  Sorry guys.

It takes a while for people to accept it. Picking my kids up from school I had my Fighting Sioux hoodie on while wearing a Fighting Hawks cap. Even though I accept the new name, I will always love the old one. Nothing better than the Sioux name and logo, but it was time to move on. Give it a few more years and the Fighting Hawk fans will not only take over the Alerus completely, but it will bleed into the Ralph. 

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Hated the generic name but have moved on. Actually like the logo. Did not think I would say this for several more years but the football team to me is the Fhawks.

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UND women's hockey head coach Brian Idalski was wearing a jacket with the Fighting Hawks logo on it today at media day. 

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19 minutes ago, Goon said:

UND women's hockey head coach Brian Idalski was wearing a jacket with the Fighting Hawks logo on it today at media day. 

I'm sure he was.......he better at what he's pulling down and the fact his program is stinking the athletic department financially.

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2 hours ago, Oxbow6 said:

I'm sure he was.......he better at what he's pulling down and the fact his program is stinking the athletic department financially.

Stinking?  Or is that a Freudian slip?

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On 10/19/2016 at 6:31 PM, Goon said:

UND women's hockey head coach Brian Idalski was wearing a jacket with the Fighting Hawks logo on it today at media day. 

I'll bet it was a freebie.

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25 minutes ago, DaveK said:

On the contrary, some of the all-time best logos in sports feature cartoon birds. Case in point, Pittsburgh Penguins and Baltimore Orioles.6362_pittsburgh_penguins-primary-2017.pn4bmrvfygivt6dgyw9hntp3aqc.png

 

Both single-sport examples dressed in sport-specific gear and toting very specific equipment.  How does this strategy translate to a college environment?

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3 minutes ago, NoiseInsideMyHead said:

Both single-sport examples dressed in sport-specific gear and toting very specific equipment.  How does this strategy translate to a college environment?

It does not

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A couple points on this picture.

1.  Other schools have utilized the negative space to form letters much like UND's logo.  Case in point, UW-La Cross Eagles.

2.  I like the feathers on the shoulder.  Wondering if UND will adapt secondary marks like this that can be utilized on jerseys and helmets.  

 

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5 minutes ago, Siouxperfan7 said:

A couple points on this picture.

1.  Other schools have utilized the negative space to form letters much like UND's logo.  Case in point, UW-La Cross Eagles.

2.  I like the feathers on the shoulder.  Wondering if UND will adapt secondary marks like this that can be utilized on jerseys and helmets.  

 

 

I dislike this logo even more than ours... FWIW

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22 minutes ago, Siouxperfan7 said:

A couple points on this picture.

1.  Other schools have utilized the negative space to form letters much like UND's logo.  Case in point, UW-La Cross Eagles.

2.  I like the feathers on the shoulder.  Wondering if UND will adapt secondary marks like this that can be utilized on jerseys and helmets.  

 

UWLfootball.jpg

I like the feathers, but hate the L in the helmet. Go with either the Eagle or the L not both.

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3 hours ago, MrEdway said:

I'll bet it was a freebie.

It might be, I do know that the women's team are all in with the new logo. 

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