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  1. For what it's worth, Florida State supposedly fired their previous equipment manager and hired the guy from Maryland. He had previously been at Florida during their ProCombat days. Not sure how related that is to these white lids, but the timing works out.
  2. Auburn introduced the Tiger Eyes logo in 1998 in collaboration with Russell Athletics. The football team wore the logo on the left hip for the season. That remains the only time the logo has appeared on the football uniforms. That logo would only be worn for a few times by other athletic teams: Baseball in 2003-04, only on the orange jerseys Auburn Men's Basketball had a one-year special white jersey with way-too-much tiger striping and terrible font choices, but with the Tiger Eyes logo (I call this the Dark Ages of Auburn Basketball Design): Other teams may have worn it as well - I just haven't hit that point in my research yet. Auburn Basketball had a different uniform each year from 2000 to 2004. The Women's team also dabbled with some one-off terrible designs then, too. I could spend way too long talking about Auburn uniform oddities, so I'll leave it here for the time being
  3. These look great, Jay! I love all the poses. They're so dynamic and give this presentation such a great look.
  4. Correct! Those pinstripe uniforms were often referred to as "Yankees pinstripes" by the team. They were replaced last year with a set that includes some more orange and a white hat, so the Yankee parallels are gone. The Bo look is reminiscent of the cream throwbacks the Tigers wore for many years but have since mothballed and haven't worn since 2018. The orange numbers were directly inspired by the Dodgers. Auburn has also worn a rather Twins-inspired "Tigers" wordmark back in 1997 and 1998.
  5. Auburn followed through with their promise of adding their social justice patch to every team's uniform this year now that we've seen it on a baseball jersey. Unfortunately, it seems the all white cap is staying, per the other photos from this shoot. Hopefully they don't wear it exclusively like they tried to do last year, where it was worn every game but one prior to the shutdown.
  6. Small tweak to Ole Miss's pinstripes, moving from raglan sleeves to in-set sleeves
  7. I really like this design. It's a nice mixing of modern uniforms with the original set. The original set is absolutely the best the team has worn, but mimicking them 100% on a modern template never seems to sit right with me. Also, slapping the new Jag head logo on the old full body Jag logo is just Frankenstein-like to me, and I can't get behind it. I'd love to share these on my Jaguar Uniform Tracker account if you don't mind!
  8. I've personally not been impacted with the ads as others have, but I did invite some friends to join the boards the other day. They immediately declined to do, stating they were bombarded with ads and couldn't even see the site itself upon loading. So it's now affecting the ability to recruit new members, which is also a problem.
  9. Talk about small changes. Auburn made a few minor tweaks to the helmet for yesterday's Citrus Bowl. Few people have approached me asking about going all in with a white facemask, and I really hope that doesn't happen.
  10. Do the yellow Oregon pants fade to white at the bottom? Hope you'll continue these series and hit the SEC soon!
  11. The Iron Bowl will have a new logo this year Yea, it's not great. Very bland, especially when compared to previous design. None are great by any means, but better than this one? Yes, I think so.
  12. 2020 is unlike any year we've ever seen. The delayed production timelines on the marketing side as well as the uniform fulfillment side have been entirely disrupted. Auburn did their entire football marketing photoshoot wearing the previous jersey template, despite only using the new template for the 2019 season. Most of the jerseys didn't even include the SEC patch. But once the Tigers hit the field for game one, they were back to wearing the newest template. As much as we all want to use the same tricks and methods of dissecting every move a program makes, it simply isn't going to work at the same level this year.
  13. Congratulations on an incredible accomplishment and completing this insane feet! Have truly enjoyed seeing all your concepts over this last few years and look forward to the epilogue!
  14. Love playing into the unique stripe pattern ECU has now!
  15. Via Uni-Watch's coverage yesterday:
  16. Mississippi State also revealed/teased some black uniforms last night along the other adidas programs. No photos as of yet, but it looks to be devoid of all maroon, going black and white throughout.
  17. commenting solely to get the star of the topics feed
  18. It's embedded towards the bottom of the article, underneath the "Continue Reading" button. I wanted to embed it here, but it wouldn't allow that. The article refers to it as a "five-note mnemonic melody."
  19. CBS has apparently set their "first ever brand refresh" across the entire company. Here's the AdWeek article: https://www.adweek.com/tv-video/cbs-sets-first-ever-companywide-brand-refresh-to-become-relevant-to-today/ Logo set: (kinda sad to see the CBS Sports box removed) And they made some jingle, I guess to finally compete with NBC's historic chimes?
  20. oh man we got Angry Wave hate talk now. Time to fight.
  21. Can't speak on the current "NCAA approval process for jerseys," but an old interview with the Under Armour designer that created the failed South Carolina Wounded Warrior jerseys stated that they send a few samples to the on-field officials to test out. One official said he makes his wife stand in the backyard wearing the jersey to see if he can decipher the numbers from afar. It's a good interview. Listen if you have time: https://makersofsport.com/episodes/11/adam-clement
  22. This is the company that tackled Charlotte's jersey number changes. It almost looks like they just slapped a green layer on top of the existing gold/green number
  23. Saturday was a big day for Auburn uniforms. The Tigers honored the late head coach Pat Dye with a special helmet decal that also appeared on the field (with a solid orange outline, however) Current head coach Gus Malzahn dressed up as Dye for the game, which was really cool And Auburn added a social justice patch to the jersey, the "Auburn Unity" logo that was first announced Sept. 10 with the “Together We Will” initiative, which is set to raise funds to recruit and retain minority students. The patch really got lost on the navy jerseys, and I image the same will happen on the white jerseys this weekend. More information of everything from Saturday on my site: https://auburnuniforms.com/2020/09/28/pat-dye-social-justice-patch-for-auburn-football/
  24. As a Jaguar fan, it's tough to find fault in those uniforms. That's what, I think, the majority of the fanbase would like to see. Since creating the Jaguars Uniform Tracker on Twitter, I see a lot of differing opinions on the number of uniforms this silly franchise has worn. But the majority seem to really love the original look. I think you did a great job here hearkening back to that era. I think teal/white should always be the primary, but the addition of the teal pants has already proved successful.
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