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My personal favorite is Brown and Gold like the Padres, WMU Broncos, and original Boston Bruins.

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What are your favorite color schemes?

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Mine is Navy blue, silver, and red. Just like my high school and Patriots.

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always liked black, orange, and white. Oregon State, Oklahoma State, Orioles, its all good

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i love Oregon football's palette of colors too. they all work together very well but i especially like yellow and grey

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I've always liked Central Michigan's Maroon and Yellow.

Even though I dislike the University itself, they do have a great look. The Washington Redskins, Chicago Wolves and University of Minnesota do a pretty decent job with that scheme as well.

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Probably the Argos' double blue and white.

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I cannot help but love Washington State's color palette on their new football jerseys:

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For some reason, I've always loved the way North Dakota State uses their colors.

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For some reason, I've always loved the way North Dakota State uses their colors.

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Green and gold can definitely be sexy if used properly.

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Probably the Argos' double blue and white.

True, I am a sucker for double blue

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I also love off white jerseys. Wasn't the Rangers winter classic jersey off-white? Also, You wouldn't usually think that Purple and Off-white work together, but I've gotta say, these jerseys are really good looking.

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The A's Green and Yellow also looks really sharp.

The Packers, Supersonics, North Stars and the Australian national team also use(d) it to great effect.

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For some reason, I've always loved the way North Dakota State uses their colors.

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Green and gold can definitely be sexy if used properly.

I think it's not necessarily a teams color scheme itself (since so many use the same thing) but rather how it's used in a uniform set. I love the uniqueness of this ND State set. I think a lighter green like this and yellow is a very underutilized color combo. I can't think of any D-1 schools that use it besides George Mason (I'm sure there must be a few others). The '80s Sonics, A's and the old North Stars come to mind for the pros.

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Just scratch all of my other votes; this it the one, no doubt.

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Holy 1990s Batman!!! That league had some wicked 90s logos and color schemes. My eyes hurt.

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It's snowing!!! But I agree, although I hate the team, they do have a very sharp home jersey.

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IMO, another very under-used color combo that looks great.

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IMO, another very under-used color combo that looks great.

I think the Whalers did it better, but still a classy combo.

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It's a two-fer, Showing the uniform I was talking about and a goalie in the wrong gear.

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