If you’re anything like me, you get giddy when football schedule posters release in the summer. In fact, I have a stack of Ball State schedule posters in my office from years gone by that each got replaced with the newest version on release day. Today, thanks to the wonders of the interwebs, I got my first taste of schedule poster MACtion for the 2016 season, thanks to this tweet:
LET'S ROLL! Introducing the 2016 #EMUFB Poster! #Comm1tted #MotivationMonday https://t.co/HJiUXcy8sT pic.twitter.com/CBFaLjDsnG— EMU Athletics (@EMUAthletics) June 20, 2016
That’s a good one. Everything you need in a schedule poster: schedule, school colors, fancy slogan. Bonus points for the other teams’ logos. Always a nice touch.
EMU is in a tough spot, largely because green is (for the most part) not a great color. Hard to work with, nothing goes with it, and of all the primary colors, it’s by far the worst. But kudos to EMU for making lemons out of lemonade.
HustleBelt Schedule Poster Grade: B+