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New Logo

Yes, I *did* just discover Print Shop - and in tune with's online makeover, I've decided to start the year with a brand-new logo on the top of the ol' blog. (That, and the fact that my header was cribbed from Lehigh's website, necessitated a change.)

Has everyone moseyed on over to and seen the changes? Although I will miss the overhead shot of Goodman (filled I might add), it's a really snazzy job and brings the site more up-to-date.

Leave a comment and let me know what you think!


Ngineer said…
Like the new logo and yes, the new is improved. I've even signed up for the sports package they have with to listen to any Lehigh sports event, as well as watch a lot I cannot get to via the video streaming.
Heard at the Pitt wrestling match tonight that OL Coach Powers was let go. Supposedly a lot of discontent among a number of players who had met with Dr. Joe before Coen was hired.
arcdmd said…
Could you tell us the basis of the discontent??
Ngineer said…
Wasn't given any specifics as the info I received was second hand.
Ngineer said…
Was checking out the new and clicked on the roster noted some names missing that are either an editing mistake or they have left the team. One is Mike Murawinski who played some DE this past year and looked to me to be a starter next year with a lot of promise. The other is Soph. Andre Hall-a big WR from Springfield, PA, who in the spring game last year also looked promising for this coming year. Any word on either and whether we have any other MIA's? Somewhat troubling....

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