This week UNLV unveiled their new casino-themed field at Sam Boyd Stadium. I dig it...
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Per SB Nation...

The design is based on the Neon Boneyard, a Las Vegas museum dedicated to vintage Vegas signage. The new end zones will include a nod to the iconic “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. Yardages will be placed over diamonds reminiscent of the Stardust Casino, with the 50-yard line highlighted by a starburst design from the “Welcome” sign.
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TigerattheU107 months
The rule clarification after #HailState was about the hashtag being a form of advertising on the playing field. The endzone can include university and team logos, and the memo didn't prohibit lettering in the logos. I think the university could adopt their Welcome to Las Vegas design as a logo and be okay. LSU couldn't use "$5 sausage poboys" as an alternate logo, but I don't see any overt advertising in a "Welcome to (a city)" sign.
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HailFreezusOver107 months
Not what I said you must be dense.
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Rebel Land Shark107 months
There's a Blue, Red, & Gray turf in CFB I'm sure that turf is fine
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HailFreezusOver107 months
Not sure that's within the rules. Only allowed to have team name mascot . They changed the rules with the hashtags in the endzone.

Las Vegas may not be a problem.
But the welcome to should be,
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