Baylor: Well, that definitely makes sense, although it's a shame in a vacuum because the gold and green sets are the best. But I can appreciate the design more that I know the guidelines regarding colors.
Texas: That's completely fair. I think on the field these uniforms would play completely differently than on the screen. With so much white on the screen, this concept (in my opinion) screams for some more color, but on a grassy field, the all-white shorts would certainly look sharp.
Austin: Yeah, both greys look fine, so it's really splitting hairs when it comes to which shade works best. I do really like that you picked the official charcoal color, it adds to the authenticity of this whole series.
TAMU: Now that I see a photo of your inspiration, I can follow you design process and I do like the choice. I makes more sense with some context and really does a magnificent job of being an on-brand but unique clash to the instantly recognizable primary kit.
Silver: I'm certainly inclined to agree with your original design after seeing the maroon shorts. I thought maroon might have worked, but I think you were spot on with the silver shorts.
TXST: Both of your counterpoints make sense, and I think you have two good home-and-away concepts for the Bobcats. I like both almost equally. My only other comment is that I don't think you need the white-outlined Bobcat logo on your original home kit concept to justify the white shorts. I feel that there's enough white with the white numbers and the white-outlined "TXST" logo to visually justify the white shorts.
Sharknados: You've got me in a bit of a conundrum, because I think the gold looks good but not necessarily better than the original choice of black. Both are great looking. The aqua throws me off a little -- it borders on a goalkeeper's clash jersey and not in a good way.
This has been a really great series to follow! I'm looking forward to more concepts!