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Kentucky unveiled their new turf design for the field at Commonwealth Stadium on Thursday. I like the simplicity of it...
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The checkerboard was used by just about everyone as soon as they invented field paint.

I like this field.
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Looks good except the H-K
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Kentucky actually used the checkboard back in 1930 at Stoll Field prior to building Commonwealth. Tennesee has been using checkboards only since 1964. :)
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Loos sharp
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Why would they use a checkerboard end zone when a huge conference rival has been doing that for many many years
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Logo isn't new, just "enhanced." The old logo had some difficult edges.
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This year. It's going on the new surfaces this year and getting integrated into everything else next year. I hate it.
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Like the look of it also when did Kentucky get a new logo?
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