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  1. Hello all, this is my first concept I've ever posted and I would like to hear what you all think of it. George Mason University was my school of choice because: A. It has no historical non-club football history to influence my design, making anything and everything fair game. B. My brother attends the school, which is what initially sparked my interest when I found out that they lacked a football program. and C. I thought that the color scheme (green, gold, black, and white) allowed for several jerseys as is the fad today in college football. I did not change any logos or word marks from what the school currently has. Though George Mason now plays in the A10 Conference, I have a CAA patch on the jerseys because that is the football conference of the football schools in the A10. GMU does not have any plans in the near future to have a football program implemented at the FCS level because of reasons like cost and Title IX would cause them to add or drop a sport. These uniforms are made as if GMU were to field a team within the next 3 years and Nike is their sponsor just like in basketball. (Sorry if these images are too large) Here are the uniforms: Home: Away: I thought the star's tail would work as pants striping so I tried it here(Yellow Alternate): And of course, the dreaded black uniforms and helmets (Special Event Blackout Jerseys): NOTE: Thank you to Conrad. and anyone who helped him produce the fonts used in this concept. Also a big thank you to the template creators. (Forgive me for forgetting who made them) C+C Appreciated. Thanks!