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  1. I've gone back and worth between using a white and silver outline for the logo. And since I believe the white outline isn't visible unless the logo is clicked on in my original post, here is the silver outlined version that gives everyone a better idea of what the logo looks like.
  2. This is a Native American inspired use of two abstract totem pole animals (a bird on the right and an animal's head, which I'm inclined to say is a wolf's rather than a bear's because of the size of the snout, on the left) that I made with the idea that it could used as a secondary logo for the Portland Trail Blazers. It's been a long time since I visited the forum, let alone posted anything, so I'm just hoping to get some constructive criticism and feedback. Thanks.
  3. That's a pretty cool looking helmet. Yeah, I wish more schools would use their retro cartoon logos as one-offs (I know the Michigan one would be a hit if they could incorporate it somehow) Other teams? Sure. Michigan? No. @DukeFBEquipment says the team is wearing a previously unused uniform combination this weekend at Georgia Tech.
  4. It goes without saying that the concepts in this thread are really well done and the designer is clearly talented, and that the following is not just relevant to this thread, but I'd like to see shoes included as part of the template. After all, they are part of the uniform which each team wears during the game. edit: amen to the guidelines listed and used!
  5. I'd agree with Penn State, most likely. Texas has done all-white for a long while, but honestly their road whites have too much white for my taste. PSU at least has contrasting cuffs and a helmet stripe. I'd argue Texas's road uniforms are the best and that they've influenced many teams to go with the all-white, or whiteout, look as a result.
  6. The NCAA doesn't want even more hate then it's getting, especially hate just for removing uniforms. sorry, you lost me...what uniforms are they removing? another thing I thought of after posting earlier was that I'm surprised the NCAA hasn't followed the NFL's lead and mandated that schools only use one helmet for fear of any concussion or CTE-related lawsuits down the road
  7. Umm.....no. As much as some of us traditionalists might not like the one-off looks, I have to give schools and outfitters credit for at least trying to push the envelope. Once upon a time, almost every team in football - college or pro - was just a variant of shoulder/pants stripes to some degree. We've seen some really amazing (and really terrible) designs over the years, but I have to think that over time they're slowly getting better. other than Oregon's use of the wings on the shoulders, and the helmet with the wings and logo placed on the back, I'm struggling to think of other good designs recently...and even with Oregon's good designs they use way to many colors and would look much better with, at most, shades of only green and yellow
  8. replace the red with black, replace whatever that siverish color is with red, change the font, and add some white outlines.........nah, it's still god-awful and sacrilegious, sorry!! any chance the NCAA ultimately steps in and says teams can only have so many uniforms and colors?
  9. I think Syracuse is worse with their 44 degree nonsense, and if WV matched the font better to their logo they'd look decent. Maybe that's a stretch, but they could be worse. Syracuse should have just gone back to a version of these (a simple outline instead of the drop shadow I think would look better) and found another way to honor the #44. A 44 patch on the collar, like Arizona St. does to honor Pat Tillman, but minus the initials, or a raised 3d logo of the 44 on the front bumper would look great and match up well with anyone.
  10. NFL National Football League NCAA National Collegiate Athletic Association I dont think the flag will go. We're still at war, whether officially or not, so expect it to stay.
  11. not Duke's best look, but Carolina looked much better then Carolina wears garnet and black, not two blues, that's North Carolina.I'm familiar with North Carolina, South Carolina, Coastal Carolina and even East Carolina.....never heard of just "Carolina." you forgot the Catamounts of Western Carolina...or maybe not as someone who lives instate, it does sometimes get confusing when someone talks about "Carolina," though that almost always means they're talking about the Tar Heels, or just "Heels," though non-locals may be talking about either the "Canes" (Carolina Hurricanes) or the "Panthers" (Carolina Panthers) Which state is the one where the governor ran off with his mistress on the taxpayer dime and lied about it? Hard to keep the two straight when you don't live in the region. not mine, we have John Edwards however...though technically he was born in SC
  12. not Duke's best look, but Carolina looked much better then Carolina wears garnet and black, not two blues, that's North Carolina.I'm familiar with North Carolina, South Carolina, Coastal Carolina and even East Carolina.....never heard of just "Carolina." you forgot the Catamounts of Western Carolina...or maybe not as someone who lives instate, it does sometimes get confusing when someone talks about "Carolina," though that almost always means they're talking about the Tar Heels, or just "Heels," though non-locals may be talking about either the "Canes" (Carolina Hurricanes) or the "Panthers" (Carolina Panthers)
  13. not Duke's best look, but Carolina looked much better then
  14. Duke is calling their game this weekend Throwback Day and they're wearing helmets like what they wore in 1989 when Spurrier coached them to the ACC title.
  15. Personally, I'd like to see what your Pitt concept would look like if you used royal blue and mustard yellow along with their former wordmark (Pitt script). I'll never understand why they ever went away from that unique and classic look in the first place.