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Metrónomo (talk) 03:19, 10 June 2013 (UTC)

On Monday, July 1st, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame become members of the ACC.
1.) Can you darken the States of New York, Pennsylvania and Indiana in Blue to reflect the ACC's current Footprint.
2.) Is there any way you can put on a colored Dot where the University is actually located similar to the other "Power Conferences" like the Big Ten Conference, the Southeastern Conference, the Big 12 Conference and the Pacific-12 Conference.--Craiglduncan (talk) 21:08, 28 June 2013 (UTC)

Using one of your imagesEdit

I just added one of your images to a page for our English 11 class at Utah's Electronic High School, a public online high school free to Utah students. You may see the image at . Thanks!

Tony Dungy/Bill PolianEdit

Hey I was wondering if you can crop the picture for Bill Polian like you did for Tony Dungy. Thanks ~ User:Phbasketball6

NC State's ColorsEdit

Likely a stupid question but I have to ask. I own a small business that sells "themed" leisure apparel. Of particular interest to me is Cancer. My wife recently died of cancer, was a big basketball fan, and particularly took inspiration from Mr. Valvano's ESPY Awards speech. One of the products I would like to sell is a tee shirt that quotes Mr. Valvano, specifically "Don't Give Up. Don't Ever Give Up." The URL of the Jimmyv Foundation is on the shirt as well as the words, "Caregiver" or "Survivor", as is appropriate, on the back. Mine is a for profit company, however, I donate 10% of all profits to a designated charity, in this case Also, all of my employees are either disabled or long term unemployed.

I know NCSU has some sort of marketing agreement concerning the sale of athletic apparel including a tee shirt which resembles, but in no way copies, the shirt I wish to sell. I would like to use the NCSU colors for the shirt. As far as I can tell, they are red and white. I don't want to run afoul of anyone's copyright or any existing agreements. I would, however, like to sell the shirt as described.

Can anyone provide me with the information and/or contact(s) so I can pursue this matter?

Mike O'Hara