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  1. I know one thing...after several months in mothballs, College to Pro makes its season debut tonight, with four of the best rushers to ever come out of Burnt Orange nation. For anyone new to this, what I try to do in C2P is see what a given player's college and pro uniforms would look like if the designs were swapped, and I will generally make every effort to achieve a good swap. If I need to take a few liberties, like adding a color or two, up to and including creating a frankenlogo (or using one of you guys' logos), I will. Which is why I haven't done any Oregon alums yet Age before beauty, as the old saying goes...the one and only Tyler Rose, Earl Campbell One of the freer spirits to ever grace the gridiron, Ricky Williams Yes, in this case, the sun was traded to Austin. And if the striping order seems a bit off to you, you gotta remember that in this case, burnt orange replaces aqua, so black replaces orange coral. Decided to enlist the old Michigan Panthers' champagne silver color to replace navy. If ya need the loooord, call the Priest...Holmes, that is. Faster than a speeding bullet, more touchdown catches than a Chiefs wide receiver...it's a bird, it's a plane, it's Jamaal Charles! The arrowhead just looked a bit too awkward completely blank, so the KC remained. Likewise, I tried to add a UT to the longhorn, but that looked really awkward...so I followed Clint's suggestion and placed it above instead.