College Football for Non Football D1 Teams

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On 5/11/2017 at 8:11 PM, lsims said:

May I reccommend American, Iona, Loyola ( Maryland ) and Mount St. Mary's

These jerseys are great by the way

On 4/13/2017 at 6:57 PM, cubsfan2015 said:

I think next you should do Iona.











DESIGN: -Besides the script and the shield, they don't really have a true logo since their re-design. I was going to use the leprechaun head but that didn't fit with the new brand. 

               -Took the cross from the shield, elongated the bottom and used it as the new logo. I thought what this school would look like if they'd have a football team for forever and I thought they'd have a recognizable, minimalistic, classic helmet. Kind of like how Notre Dame and Boston College have plain helmets, another Catholic school could just have a cross. 

               -Stripe on helmet and jersey is a Celtic pattern


HELMET: -Satin maroon and glossy helmet

                -Thick stripe

                -Cross and script on each helmet


JERSEY: -Stripe on shoulder cap

               -Number font from the basketball uniforms


PANTS: -Gold, maroon, and white pants

             -Cross logo on each

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On 3/12/2017 at 4:43 PM, qckgnc said:

Dope thread, surprised no one suggested Vermont or an Alskan school.






A combination of eras here for the Catamounts. 


DESIGN: -Northwestern stripe colors from the 1974 jerseys and socks

               -White colored numbers from 1962 and number font from the 1971-1972 jerseys

               -Stripe on shoulders from the 1974 jerseys.


HELMET: -Green and gold matte helmets

                -Gray facemask, just like the old helmets


JERSEY: -Stripe on shoulders

               -Old number font

               -Recolored roundel logo on the left side of the jersey


PANTS: -Gold, green, and white pants

             -Stripe on each


Thanks for looking guys and as always C&C is greatly appreciated

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A work of art for UVM. I've got no criticism. Good job continuing my favorite series on here in a long time, if not ever.

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