CAAF has issued its latest soft-cover rules booklet, as amended through August 1, 2007. Toss the old burgandy and gold edition – this edition is blue and silver.

CAAFLog will probably view this as some silent tribute by CAAF to JMTG’s Air Force heritage.

7 Responses to “Blue and silver replaces burgandy and gold”

  1. CAAFlog says:

    Egad! It sounds as though CAAF is overthrowing the Redskins in favor of the Cowboys!

  2. Anonymous says:

    CAAFlog-Now that is something we can all cheer for, putting to rest any connection to the awful Skins. Like every other homer fan of the Skins, I’m sure the burgundy and gold edition of the Rules would have unanimously predicted the terrible Skins would win 17
    games and beat the Chargers in the Super Bowl. Maybe next year they willGo with colors from a real team . . . Purple and black.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Blue and silver – I would have thought a multi-service court would go (stay?) purple.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Come on guys…I know it’s the start of the NFL season, and even though I’m looking forward to a great year for my team, you must see that the color change is to honor the Air Force’s 60th Anniversary!!!

  5. Christopher Mathews says:

    Be kind to the Redskins. They’re just lulling the rest of the NFL into a sense of security.

  6. Christopher Mathews says:

    (note that I didn’t say it was a “false” sense)

  7. Fitzcarraldo says:

    One typo has shown up: bottom of page 38 and top of page 39. Note the multiple uses of the word “repetitive.”