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Friday was a big day for the Dayton Flyers. They unveiled a new logo, new Nike basketball uniforms and a new basketball court...

Hopefully they can build off of last year's NCAA Tournament success.
Filed Under: NCAA Basketball

Comments (4) - Add Comments

Harry Caray - 16 months ago
Damn that is beautiful. Good on you Dayton.
Shoulderchoke - 16 months ago
(Insert Obama "not bad" pic)
JumpingTheShark - 16 months ago
This is re-branding done right. Uniforms look great. A classic logo. No cartoon fricking mascot.
TigerBandB8 - 16 months ago
looks prety slick
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