MCH925

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  1. With the greek pattern that they use now, keep it the same as it currently is but make it less subtle and you have winner... The gold/bronze set you created i feel is a downgrade from what they wore against Oregon. Your color looks a little more gold than bronze which IMO throws it off a bit. I do like the addition of the pants stripe though!

    Could you explain what you mean by "less subtle"? I've included it everywhere I thought I might've overdone it.

    And I meant for it to be a bit more gold, under the lights the look gets muddled because the bronze looks brown. The bronze-gold color makes the whole thing look brighter.


  2. Purple and red should become the schools colors, unpopular opinion there but that makes one badass color scheme.

    I guarantee you, that would ONLY happen for football.

    The football program's identity is somewhat separate from the other athletics.

    Looking up some basketball and baseball photos, that seems right.

    Nice Job!

    Thanks! Welcome to the boards!

    I went back on my idea for a modernized Ohio State.

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    Okay, so you gotta be wondering why. I went looking for some inspiration for things to incorporate into the update when I decided Ohio State is simply not a team to be messed with. All the great teams from the 60s, 70s, and 80s used similar designs, and I decided tradition was the way to go with the Buckeyes. I kept the Pro Combat, though, because I still like it.

    I think your first attempt was far better. It's not really a concept, either, if all you really did was change the numbers on the road playoff jersey's shoulders to black and kept everything else the same. Just needed the tweaks I mentioned to make your first attempt at a modernization perfect, IMO. Also, the Buckeye Leafs start on the left side of the helmet (if you're looking at the back).

    Like I said, I went back on the modernization because I felt Ohio State had a lot of tradition that I didn't want to mess with.


  3. TCU looks awesome.

    I'm in the minority here but I like the original Ohio State concept the best, always liked their rivalry uniforms.

    Thanks! And I like the rivalry unis too. That's why I kept them in the update.

    I'm really a fan of your treatment of my Buckeyes. The little bit a black helps to modernize the look really well.

    TCU's utilization of red makes the team look aggressive, which is always good for any sports team. Black sock with purple would make the Black alt a more complete look.

    And for U of Washington, could we see the Husky on the helmet? In my eyes, it's a far more superior logo to the W

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    -Update: Black socks for the blackout. It ties in the blackout better.

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    - Tried the Dawg on the helmet.


  4. Please do a BlackOut ULCA uniform with the Black Helmet and the same for Washington Huskies

    OOOOOOOH !, By the way ! Great Stuff so far !

    How "Bout doing the Big Ten Teams ????

    NOOO!!! No black for Washington or UCLA. That is the very definition of BFBS.

  5. Arizona State: No complaints.

    Arizona: The red color looks a little off, more tomato and less cherry than it should be to put it in fruit terms.

    Cal: Again, no complaints. Nice clean look.

    Colorado: Throw in a black helmet and pants for the road set.

    Oregon: Take the gradient off the logo and numbers, and you have what might be the best Oregon concept I've ever seen.

    Oregon State: I don't really get what's going on with the sleeve stripes, just get rid of that weird twist.

    Stanford: Can't view it

    UCLA: Gorgeous. Can't understand why they don't do this.

    USC: The little modernization in there works. Nice job.

    Utah: Like the others said, bring back the mountain, and I'd add that you should remove the piping.

    UW: Words can't begin to describe how I feel when I see my Dawgs in the perfect uniforms. Bravo.

    WSU: I don't like the Cougars, but I have to say there are a lot of ways to mess them up, and you didn't go for them. Nice work.


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    Nike had a good idea with TCU, but executed it poorly. I decided to get rid of the frogskin pattern anyway, though part of that had to do with me not being able to find a photo to trace. Anyway, red makes a comeback as a trim color, I did that to separate them from Northwestern and because it contrasts the purple nicely. The frog is on the sleeves, which are capped with a contrasting color, something I took from their previous set. Finally, a blackout set replaces the grey one.


  7. I went back on my idea for a modernized Ohio State.

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    Okay, so you gotta be wondering why. I went looking for some inspiration for things to incorporate into the update when I decided Ohio State is simply not a team to be messed with. All the great teams from the 60s, 70s, and 80s used similar designs, and I decided tradition was the way to go with the Buckeyes. I kept the Pro Combat, though, because I still like it.


  8. All of these concepts are just stunning. I love the Penn State design and how you incorporated the keystone into the helmet. One thing I would fix would be to lighten the gray on the Michigan St. helmet because dark green on gray will be really hard to see from a distance.

    I think it's supposed to be bronze.


  9. ^ that's a good conspiracy theory but not correct at all.

    These current 49ers jerseys w/ the botched faux cut off striping were already around before Nike took over the NFL uniforms in 2012 and thus was not a Nike thing but a 49ers thing the team went with when Reebok was still in charge of NFL uniforms.

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    Looks like that's correct.


  10. On to the Buckeyes...

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    I wanted to keep tradition, but I really love the Pro Combat look. I tried to combine the two while keeping the Pro Combats more dominant. The helmets and pants stay the same, but the jersey is mostly the other way. The only element from the regular jerseys that I kept is the single-colored numbers, no outlines. Overall, I wanted to put a modern twist on tradition.

    P.S. Black jersey kept, but black helmet and pants are thrown out.

    P.P.S. Sorry about the Buckeye stickers, please don't concern yourselves with that.

    The biggest gripe people would have with this set is the same problem they have with the team's current jerseys: the lack of gray on the sleeves. As much as I like the regular set having single-colored numbers, I think the modern take needs to have the outlines (especially because of the lack of gray on the jersey and on the black set; wouldn't be enough contrast). The helmet and pant stripes look better here than they would if you used the current helmet and pants stripes, too, because the black stripe is thicker in your concept. It ties in with the jersey in a way that I don't think the current helmet and pants would, if that makes sense.

    Also, I assume the comment about the helmet stickers is because they're on the wrong side? hah

    Yeah I agree, but I didn't want to change because, like I said, I wanted to keep tradition. I will add a grey outline though. And yes, the helmet stickers are on the wrong side.

    If you take request, would you be willing to take a shot at the Texas Longhorns??

    Sorry, not taking requests. I have been considering doing Texas though.

    By the way, what template is this you're using? I'd love to get my hands on it.

    __taylorc made it and allowed me to use it, you'll have to ask him.


  11. NFL in 2025:

    NFC WEST: Arizona Cardinals, Las Vegas Atoms*, Los Angeles Rams**, Portland Grizzlies*, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

    NFC CENTRAL: Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints

    NFC EAST: Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins

    AFC WEST: Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Raiders, San Antonio Texans**, San Diego Chargers, Vancouver Mountaineers*

    AFC CENTRAL: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Houston Oilers, Indiana Colts***, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans

    AFC EAST: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets

    *Denotes Expansion Team

    **Denotes Relocated Team

    ***Denoted Name Change because it rolls off the tongue easier.