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  1. Texas has one of the best uniforms in CFB. It is practically untouchable. But I designed several concepts that I felt could change some peoples minds. Give me your thoughts. - Original template by Andrew Lind
  2. We're entering that "You don't touch those" territory. As Nike, Under Armour and Adidas prepare to bid on representing Texas, I felt inspired to try out a new concept. I truly believe that Texas is just a few years away from rolling out an alternate uniform. But if they do so, I'm convinced it will be fairly conservative. I'm not expecting a blacked out set or anything that could be considered a drastic move away from their fairly conservative style. Thus, I tried to keep it simple with their alternate. With the school being so proud of their academics, I included the University's seal on the collar. I enlarged the "Texas" fontface on the chest to symbolize that "everything is bigger in Texas" mindset. The Longhorn logo can be seen behind the chest name and number. It's mean to simulate the sun/lights shining on the uniform and displaying the mascot. The only other additions to the uniform are a burnt orange helmet, white sleeves (w/Burnt Orange numbers) and Longhorns on the mesh of the pants.
  3. The Texas Longhorn Away Uniforms are often referred to as their "Stormtrooper Aways". It was with that thought in mind that some Longhorn friends approached me and asked me to do my own version of the Texas/Star Wars Affiliation. Thus, I present to you my Vaders and Stormtroopers. I like the set. But I'd never want Texas to go away from the Burnt Orange Primary at Home.