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  1. The first week of college football is finally here and I thought I'd celebrate the beginning of the season by starting a new thread of college football uniform concepts. A couple years ago I realized I've done concepts for high school, non-college football, and NFL teams but none for my favorite sport, College Football. I've been working on these concepts off-and-on for 4 years but (like many people) I've had way more free time in the last year to create more concepts. Now this is a bigger project than anything I have done because this is not only for FBS teams but FCS, D2, and D3 teams as well. My problem with my past concepts on here is that I start a topic before all of my concepts are actually done but not this time. I have all the FBS, FCS, and D2 teams completed, and about half of the D3 teams completed. It's been tough creating unique identities for smaller schools that I hadn't even heard of but it's been fun and I'm excited to post my concepts. I'll start out posting the FBS teams first and then go FCS, D2, and finish with D3 posting in random order. Since I am a little bias I'm going to start with my favorite team; Wisconsin. ACC: Boston College 2.0 | Clemson | Duke | Florida State | Georgia Tech | Louisville 2.0 | Miami | NC State | North Carolina | Pitt | Syracuse | Virginia | Virginia Tech | Wake Forest American: Cincinnati | East Carolina | Houston | Memphis | Navy | SMU | Temple | Tulane | Tulsa | UCF | USF Big Ten: Illinois | Indiana | Iowa 2.0 | Maryland | Michigan 2.0 | Michigan State | Minnesota | Nebraska 2.0 | Northwestern 2.0| Ohio State 2.0 | Penn State | Purdue | Rutgers | Wisconsin Big XII: Baylor | Iowa State 2.0 | Kansas | Kansas State | Oklahoma | Oklahoma State | Texas 2.0 | TCU 2.0 | Texas Tech | West Virginia C-USA: Charlotte | FAU | FIU | Louisiana Tech | Middle Tennessee | North Texas | Rice | UAB | UTEP | UTSA | Western Kentucky Independents: Army | BYU | Liberty | Notre Dame | UConn | UMASS MAC: Akron 2.0 | Ball State | Bowling Green | Buffalo | Central Michigan | Eastern Michigan 2.0 | Kent State | Miami (OH) | Northern Illinois | Ohio | Toledo | Western Michigan 2.0 Mountain West: Air Force | Boise State | Colorado State | Fresno State 2.0 | Hawai'i | Nevada | New Mexico 2.0 | San Diego State | San Jose State | Utah State | UNLV | Wyoming Pac 12: Arizona | Arizona State | Cal | Colorado | Oregon | Oregon State | Stanford | UCLA | USC | Utah | Washington | Washington State SEC: Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn | Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | LSU 2.0 | Missouri 2.0 | Mississippi State | Ole Miss | South Carolina | Tennessee | Texas A&M | Vanderbilt Sun Belt: Appalachian State 2.0 | Arkansas State | Coastal Carolina | Georgia Southern | Georgia State | James Madison | Louisiana 2.0 | Marshall | Old Dominion 2.0 | South Alabama | Southern Miss 2.0 | Texas State | Troy | UL Monroe
  2. When I was in my early teens, my parents bought me NCAA Football 98 for the computer. I really enjoyed the game, and it was very well-designed for the most part: 100+ schools; full-season play with rankings, major bowl games, and major awards; school fight songs; decent playbooks; something approximating logos on the helmets. It was a very good game for the late 1990s---not as good as the Football Pro series overall, but distinctly collegiate and lots of fun. Anyway, despite the overall quality, there were two details that I have since learned were wrong. One, LSU by default wears yellow jerseys over white pants at home in that game. Two, Missouri's colors are green and gold in the game instead of black and gold. (Come to think of it, I think the latter was also the case in that college hoops game for the Super Nintendo even earlier.) I was wondering: have you guys and gals noticed any similar errors in other games? (Incidentally, Football Pro 98 has the Eagles wearing kelly-green-and-gray even though they were in their second season with their current and inferior color scheme.)
  3. I searched through threads for the past year and couldn't find anything like this, so I figured I would post it. The idea behind this thread is to post interesting facts or statistics that a lot of people don't know. It'll essentially be the answers to trivia questions. I've got two interesting ones to start this thread off. The Minnesota Vikings were the first team to kick an extra point from the 15-yard line. Tom Brady has played two games at University of Phoenix Stadium, but he has never played the Cardinals there. The Pats have played two Super Bowls there, but only played the Cardinals at home since the stadium was built.
  4. The news of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers updating their absolutely terrible uniforms has gotten my creative juices flowing to create something new for the 2020 season. The Bucs have had two great color schemes in their history. Both the creamsicle/red and the pewter/red/orange color schemes were truly inspired and the original Jolly Roger logo is damn near perfect. There is a rich visual history to draw inspiration from for a new uniform and logo package. With the relative futility of the franchise for the last 20 years in the pewter and red, I thought it was time to move on to a third era of color for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The new color scheme features their trademark pewter, but the color has been tweaked to be less brown and more gray. It is paired with the current shade of creamsicle orange and a color I’m calling Bone White, an ever so slightly creamy white (I know @BucsBoy02 has a great concept here too that uses cream, but I swear the idea came up independently, not trying to piggyback on his ideas). The new logo takes a lot of inspiration from the skull and crossed-swords of the original Jolly Roger flag. I made some tweaks of my own to freshen it up a bit, but that logo is great, IMO and it doesn’t need a ton of work. The biggest change I made was removing the flag all together. I think the Skull and Crossed-Bones is great on its own as a primary logo. I also designed a custom word mark and numeral font with some design cues taken from a classic pirate cutlass. The uniforms are pretty straightforward. Orange and white never touch and the pants and sleeves feature a striping motif based on the swords from the logo. I wanted to keep the uniforms simple to let the bold colors speak for themselves without being interrupted by intricate striping patterns. It is difficult to communicate in a flat presentations such as this, but the helmet is intended to have a high gloss metallic finish. I also included both grey and orange socks to avoid the dreaded yoga pants situation where the pants match the top of the socks. Thanks for taking the time to have a logo and I’m looking forward to any and all feedback on the logo, colors and uniforms.
  5. Hello everyone, I decided after the announcement of the USFL possibly coming back next year to put some thoughts into refreshing some of the old USFL team identities. Since the new league is aiming for 8 teams to start, I decided to choose 8 for the first run of the series, but if the demand is there I may expand to more teams. I don't have a good uniform template, so I'll be doing just logos and helmets for this series. These are the teams I'll be doing starting out: Page 1: Chicago Blitz - posted Denver Gold - posted Detroit Panthers (formerly Michigan) - posted Los Angeles Express - posted New Jersey Generals - posted & revised Page 2: Oakland Invaders - posted & revised Tampa Bay Bandits - posted Washington Federals - posted Revised Detroit Panthers - posted Page 3: Revised New Jersey Generals - posted Revised Tampa Bay Bandits - posted Arizona Wranglers - posted Birmingham Stallions - posted Page 4: Jacksonville Bulls - posted Philadelphia Stars - posted Revised Birmingham Stallions - posted Pittsburgh Maulers - posted San Antonio Gunslingers - posted Page 5: Revised Arizona Wranglers - posted Revised Oakland Invaders - posted Coming soon: Project-Wide Helmet Poster Here's my take on a new logo for the league itself to get started. I'll be sharing the teams in alphabetical order so Chicago will start things off with my next post.
  6. The NFL is trying to get Flag Football into the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles, 2028 Olympics: NFL pushing for flag football to be included - Sports Illustrated, I decided to take a stab at what uniforms for different nations could look like. Each team will have a primary and alternate jersey and color vs color matchups will be encouraged. The uniforms will be made up a sleeveless jersey and shorts, similar to that worn by the American Flag Football League on NFL Network. The uniform will adopt the large jersey numbers of American football and limited use of chest wordmarks. Each team will wear neon colored flags that provide high contrast with their uniforms. Let's get started... Canada The Canadians will wear a maple leaf forward uniforms. The two tone jersey is split with a chevron that comes from the shape of the maple leaf on their flag, where the leaf meets the stem. The chevron is also a reference to the Toronto Raptors "We the North" motto and uniform motif. The shorts feature a maple leaf on each leg and a matching hem stripe creating a head to toe red-white-red /white-red-white look as a nod to the nation's flag.
  7. So as a Packer fan who enjoys logo design like many of us here do, the Packers logo is always a bit tricky. To me and others it is timeless and very hard to justify messing with, but a part of me still wants to do design projects with the team, so I decided to take a look at their past and try to bring a part of it into the present. I decided to take a logo the team had from 1961 (that was not used for long) and redo it. My goal was to make something that represented the past logo without reinventing it, but could also fit in with logos from the modern era. I stated some of this in the graphic, but the major tweaks (with intentions behind them) were: * Altered the colors to be closer to the modern shades of green and gold the team uses, * Drew a solid outline around the entire ball as well as the player. This helped present the ball as one solid object with stripes and not a ball chopped into three separate pieces. I feel this helps it come off as one cohesive graphic. I also used the outline to imply laces along the right edge of the ball. * Gave the player a more angular, athletic appearance, and changed some aspects of the helmet, pants, etc to better mirror the team's modern uniform. * The ball gets a green shadow on its left side which then blends into the image of Wisconsin. I feel this helps pull the state and ball into a more cohesive graphic and gives the ball a sense of depth. I also rotated and resized Wisconsin a little bit to better line it up with the other features of the logo. * My last change was removing the location marker from Milwaukee and changing the Green Bay marker from a white circle to a gold star; this helped separate it from the player when viewing a smaller version of the logo and aligned it with other NFL logos using star imagery. I hope you all enjoy! EDIT: Here's the final iteration of the design for easy viewing.
  8. Now that I've finished my NFL series, I thought I'd take on something new: NCAA Division 1 football. I'll be working my way through the Power 5 conferences, with some future members/current Group of Five schools thrown in the mix. Hoping to do 1-2 sets per week. In no particular order: ACC Boston College | Clemson v2.0 | Duke | Florida State | Georgia Tech | Louisville | Miami | North Carolina | NC State | Pittsburgh | Syracuse | Virginia | Virginia Tech | Wake Forest Big Ten Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Maryland v2.0 | Michigan | Michigan State v2.0 | Minnesota | Nebraska | Northwestern v2.0 | Ohio State v2.0 | Penn State v2.0| Purdue | Rutgers | Wisconsin v2.0 Big 12 Baylor | Iowa State | Kansas | Kansas State | Oklahoma | Oklahoma State | TCU | Texas | Texas Tech | West Virginia * Future: | BYU | Cincinnati | Houston | UCF | Pac-12 Arizona | Arizona State v2.0 | California | Colorado | Oregon | Oregon State | Stanford | UCLA | USC | Utah | Washington | Washington State SEC Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn | Florida v2.0 | Georgia v2.0 v2.5 | Kentucky v2.0 | LSU | Ole Miss | Mississippi State | Missouri v2.0 | South Carolina | Tennessee | Texas A&M | Vanderbilt Independents/Group of Five Schools Air Force | Army v1.5 | Navy | Notre Dame | UCF Comments/feedback welcome!
  9. Hey ya'll, So I started this project back in the spring (when quarantine hit), not intending for this to be anything serious. This was just something fun do from home while everything was locked down. But over the course of this year, I've been steadily knocking out 2-3 sets per week in my free time... And lo and behold, I've finally gotten through all 32 teams! Disclaimer: I'm by no means a "pro user"; I drew all these up using MS Paint, so obviously the level of detail isn't nearly what it could be. I'm just comfortable with Paint and it's good enough to get the job done. A couple notes: I drew these sets up assuming there were no limiting factors (i.e. " the one helmet rule") that would affect uniform design. Teams can have as many different helmet/uniform combos as they want. Every team will have at least 4 different uniform combinations: a Home set, a Road set, an Alternate set, and a Throwback set. Some will have more, some will have less. I also won't show every possible combination, just some of the ones that look best together. I didn't just change things for the sake of changing them; if a team already has a good design, then I most likely didn't make any major changes. With that said, I'll start things out in the AFC East and work my way west. Comments/feedback welcome! AFC East Buffalo Bills v2.0 Miami Dolphins v2.0 New England Patriots v1.5 New York Jets AFC North Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals v2.0 Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers AFC South Houston Texans v2.0 Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars v2.0 Tennessee Titans AFC West Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Las Vegas Raiders Los Angeles Chargers v1.5 NFC East Dallas Cowboys v1.5 v2.0 New York Giants v2.0 Philadelphia Eagles v2.0 Washington Football Team v1.0, "Washington Red Wolves" v2.0, "Washington Warriors" v3.0, "Washington Football Team" v4.0, "Washington Commanders" NFC North Chicago Bears v2.0 Detroit Lions v2.0 Green Bay Packers v2.0 v3.0 Minnesota Vikings v2.0 NFC South Atlanta Falcons v2.0 Carolina Panthers v2.0 New Orleans Saints v1.5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers v2.0 NFC West Arizona Cardinals v2.0 v3.0 v4.0 Los Angeles Rams v1.5 v2.0 San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks v2.0 v2.5 Bonus "City Connect" Special Edition Uniforms
  10. I don't know if this is just me, but I can imagine it's not, but the 150th College Football season felt like it came and then was gone just as quickly as it had appeared, especially from a uniform standpoint. Under Armour brought out the throwbacks for their schools, and I understand the size of doing a throwback for every team in just one subdivision of college football would be immense. But the best part about a concept series? It's just a concept series. We aren't limited by such things. So the basis is this: every team gets a throwback. It can be for a successful player in a certain era (Doug Flutie winning the Heisman at BC), a big play in a game (The Pick for Oregon), or a championship or bowl game winning season (pretty self explanatory). Teams will be using their current (2021) uniform suppliers, which off hand doesn't present any major issues I can think of. We'll be going conference by conference, likely split into two halves for each conference. Leading off is the ACC, Part 1: Boston College - 1984 - I gave it away for BC, but we went back to the Doug Flutie era uniforms, the cardinal uniforms in this case. Clemson - 1977 "The Catch" - Could have gone with 1981 for their first championship, but I was drawn to 1977, if for nothing else, for the striped socks. I'm not kidding. Duke - 1942 Rose Bowl - The first of just two Rose Bowls to be played outside of Pasadena. Duke brought some pretty interesting uniforms to the game, and I wanted to bring them back to the field. Florida State - 1993 National Championship - Pretty easy to go with the uniforms the team wore to win their first National Championship Georgia Tech - 1990 Co-National Champions - Feels weird to not see the Wramblin' Wreck not in white, but they didn't win a Natty in white. Louisville - 1991 Fiesta Bowl - Possibly still the biggest win in Louisville program history, these honor the Schnellenberger coached Cardinals Miami - 1983 National Champions - Before he led Louisville to the Fiesta Bowl, Schnellenberger resurrected the Miami Hurricanes football team that won the 1983 Orange Bowl. Looking forward to y'alls thoughts!
  11. EDIT: Hi again, everybody! Nineteen months have passed since I finished this topic. In between a lot of exciting things (I won the X Logolympiad!!!) and some not so exciting things but I have started uploading the final projects of the OCLAF teams on my Behance profile. The difference with respect to what I have shown you here is that I have created the definitive uniforms (that all of you helped me to finish) in Mockup render. I invite you all to visit my profile and give it a like if you like it. Thanks a lot! https://www.behance.net/JosefBretones Welcome all of you to OCLAF! The Old-Continent League of American Football. Hi, everyone. I'm a Spanish graphic designer and I would like to introduce you to my personal project. What would an NFL-style league look like in Europe? What name would the teams have and in which cities would they reside? My answer to all these questions is the OCLAF. For five years I have been gradually developing all the concepts: team names, logos and uniforms. They are definitive so they cannot be changed but I will appreciate all your evaluations in this regard. Thank you! The principal logos of the league. Why this logo? Alternate version. 32 cities in 25 countries. At this point I thought about what the organization of the league would be like. Due to the idiosyncrasy of Europe I decided to divide it into four conferences with two divisions each. The Play-offs will be played by the best two players in each division and the champions of each conference will play the final four known as the Galaxy Bowl. Ladys and gentlemen, I'm honored to introduce you THE TEAMS: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ I really think it's not bad to start with. To be continue. Thank you for your attention.
  12. Following the Super Bowl, a blend of work-from-home malaise and a regular loop of Full Color Football and other old NFL Films compilations on YouTube got me thinking about an intriguing idea. AFL fan and historian Ange Coniglio suggested the following: what if instead of the AFL being absorbed into the NFL in the 1970 merger the two leagues had unified on an equal, but separate footing to form something akin to Major League Baseball? And thus the idea for Major League Football was born. This basically just gave me the excuse to take a stab at football uniforms for the first time in a retro context. So this series will include all NFL teams with following loose guidelines (don't apply too much logic to these): All 32 NFL teams will be represented with their current geographic location and franchise name, except for Washington which will get an original name and look. There is no AFC or NFC. The original AFL and NFL league names are retained. The Steelers, Colts and Ravens (by virtue of being the original Browns) remain in the NFL with the other original 13 teams. Any expansion teams post 1970 join the original AFL teams (I know, this would leave the AFL at an imbalance with the NFL until 2002 - this is just a thought experiment). All uniforms are rendered in a 1960's era aesthetic for consistency, simplicity and to actually provide some sleeve space to work with. I won't claim every design is overhauled from scratch. There are some uniforms that are too iconic to not replicate. Others are a blend of colors and elements from different eras of a franchise. For some teams it's simply me representing their "best of" visual identity. Some are fauxback designs for franchises that never existed in the 60's. At the very least, I tried to add one unique element to each set, even if it's only an alternate logo. So without further ado, here's the Major League Football series... AFL NFL East - Patriots - Giants - Panthers - Cowboys - Dolphins - Eagles - Jets - Steelers North - Broncos - Lions - Bengals - Vikings - Browns - Bears - Bills - Packers Game Officials South - Buccaneers - Admirals - Jaguars - Ravens - Texans - Falcons - Titans - Colts West - Chiefs - Cardinals - Raiders - Saints - Seahawks - Rams - Chargers - 49ers
  13. I've always thought the Jaguars nailed it right out of the gate with their original uniforms and lament that they've strayed so drastically from what was an instantly recognizable, unique set. Here's my take on what a modern version of that original uniform would look like. The goal here was to undo some of the "sterile, generic football team" coldness that is present in their current uniform and bring back some of the elements that were distinctly Jacksonville. They could even call this change a "return to gold" - referencing both the early success of the franchise and their recent eschewing of the color.
  14. I've been doing this for a while. On October 22nd, it'll make 11 full years of concepting, arguing, agreeing on the millions of things we concept, argue and agree on here. To that end, I've made it through 16 different concept series (that I personally recognize). What I wanted to do, plus I need to clean some of my own stuff up, but I wanted to go through all my files and papers stuffed here and there and try and find the best that never made it to the forum screen. the only rules I'm enforcing for myself are that I have to make the concepts as close to the original as I possibly can. Starting us off is the oldest of my drawn concepts that I still have intact, a pro combat design for the Air Force Falcons So this one is cheating a bit because I did use aspects of this in my Pro Combats: Take 2 series, but because the piece of paper has survived for 12 years now, it felt like a good place to begin. So keep in mind this was done when I was all of 12(ish) so consistency wasn't exactly something I was familiar with, hence the sublimated USAF logo on the chest and the blue wings of the same logo on the pants. And then we get to the helmet, which has no traces of the lightning bolt and a triple stripe that really comes out of nowhere. But like I said, I was 12. Things are gonna get a little weird, but I'm interested to know what y'all think!
  15. Kent State - Golden Flashes concepts
  16. Happy Holidays everyone! I'm thankful for the support on my NFL Redesign, and I'm starting a new project. This will be a thread of redesigns for many HBCU's (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). This will be composed of football, basketball, and baseball, which is something I'm trying out for the first time. This is similar to @colinturner95's wonderful concept. The first team for this redesign is the Jackson State Tigers from the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC). I have plenty of friends and family that went here, but no one knows why JSU uses red as an accent color (official colors are navy and white). Either way, the color is included in this concept for every sport. Football Basketball Home Basketball Away Basketball Alternate Baseball Home Baseball Away Baseball Alternate 1 Baseball Alternate 2
  17. A very fun project to design. NFL teams playing in the Major League Soccer. AFC complete today, anda tomorroy I'll post the NFC. AFC EAST
  18. Hey everyone, I decided to get going with another series and look at the defunct Arena Football League which, especially back in the 90s had some really fun team identities to play with. I actually intended to do this prior to my Milwaukee Expansions Teams series but saw Wideright do his own awesome version of this idea and wanted to give that some space before bringing mine up. Some logos I had already done before seeing his work, but decided to still show my takes. To help this one stand apart despite doing a similar concept of trying to modernize older Arena Football League logos and branding, I am focusing on teams not done there (aside from those already done). I don't have a particular number of teams in mind, this could be sometime I come back to while also working on another bigger project I have in mind. I have several in the can and ready to present, but here I will start off with my take on an update for the Chicago Bruisers. On the logo I focused on thickening the lines, adding a more aggressive edge, and simplifying the color pallette while also making it pop more. The lighter blue from the Chicago flag really stands out, and in general I have it down to 3 colors + white, rather than the 5 + white in the old one. For the helmet my big thing to help this one stand out was the diagonal stripe meant to emulate the dog collar going around the player's neck. I also put the trademark Chicago flag star in the center of the helmet to help fill the negative space there. I hope you all enjoy this take! Further posts have included (in order): Chicago Bruisers Revision Toronto Phantoms + revisions Portland Forest Dragons + revisions Minnesota Fighting Pike Grand Rapids Rampage
  19. So here is what I have been doing. I have 16 created teams in my Madden on my PS2. I used those created teams for my league. I actually started it out with teams based on the movie "Any Given Sunday". I might change the league when this season ends.
  20. Kent State football helmet concept.
  21. As I've made clear for some time, I'm a big fan of football and I'm currently living in Japan. To my surprise, I found that there is a big following of American football here and there are LOTS of colleges and universities that play football here. There is even a pro league and a championship game that pits the college champion vs the pro champion. It's call the Rice Bowl. I thought I would take the opportunity to share some of the cool logos and uniforms of all the teams from Japan. I'm going to start out going league by league and providing the top tier or division 1 teams first, then work my way down to any other teams that may be interesting to share. I hope you guys enjoy it and maybe it might open you up to learning more about American football here in Japan.
  22. ACC Atlantic: Boston College | Clemson | Florida State | Louisville | NC State | Syracuse | Wake Forest Coastal: Duke | Georgia Tech | Miami | North Carolina | Pittsburgh | Virginia | Virginia Tech American East: Cincinnati | UConn* | East Carolina | Temple | UCF | USF West: Houston | Memphis | Navy | SMU | Tulane | Tulsa Big Ten East: Indiana | Maryland | Michigan | Michigan State | Ohio State | Penn State | Rutgers West: Illinois | Iowa | Minnesota | Nebraska | Northwestern | Purdue | Wisconsin Big XII Baylor | Iowa State | Kansas | Kansas State | Oklahoma Oklahoma State | Texas | TCU | Texas Tech | West Virginia C-USA East: Charlotte | FAU | FIU | Marshall | Middle Tennessee | Old Dominion | WKU West: Louisiana Tech | North Texas | Rice | Southern Miss | UAB | UTEP | UTSA Division 1 Independents Army | BYU | New Mexico State | Notre Dame | UMass | Idaho* | Liberty (2019) MAC East: Akron | Bowling Green | Buffalo | Kent State | Miami (OH) | Ohio West: Ball State | Central Michigan | Eastern Michigan | NIU | Toledo | Western Michigan Mountain West Mountain: Air Force | Boise State | Colorado State | New Mexico | Utah State | Wyoming West: Fresno State | Hawai'i | Nevada | San Diego State | San Jose State | UNLV Pac 12 North: Cal | Oregon | Oregon State | Stanford | Washington | Washington State South: Arizona | Arizona State | Colorado | UCLA | USC | Utah SEC East: Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | Mizzou | South Carolina | Tennessee | Vanderbilt West: Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn | LSU | Ole Miss | Mississippi State | Texas A&M Sun Belt West: Arkansas State | Louisiana-Lafayette | Louisiana-Monroe | South Alabama | Texas State East: Appalachian State | Coastal Carolina | Georgia Southern | Georgia State | Troy Special Events Army/Navy Game The Epilogue Pitt 2.0 | Baylor 2.0 | West Virginia 2.0 | Michigan State Neon | Ole Miss 2.0 + 3.0 | Mizzou Classic | NDSU Bison | NNU Nighthawks | Oregon - Expanded Alright everyone. This is the big one. I've had the bits and pieces of this one working for two and half years and I finally feel ready enough to get this one out to the public. This project began when I wondered one day what would happen if Nike did something ludicrous and somehow managed to get apparel rights to every single FBS level team. Of course this is seemingly impossible in the real world, but it was fun to think about. Then I took it one step further. Not only would get every FBS football team, but if every FBS football team also had a Division 1 basketball, baseball and hockey team for Nike to get their hands on. So the goal here is one, to actually finish this idea, but more than that, is to see if I can create a unique identity for 130 some teams across 4 different sports. This means that some traditional looks will be changed slightly and some might change drastically. Nevertheless, I'm excited to get this off the ground and share it with you guys. Teams will be posted as I get them done and will be done in a random order I have created with some help from the internet and first up is the Ohio Bobcats of the MAC: (I also will create one of these cool team headers for every team). Ohio's sports have a rather laid back and simplistic look to them. Even with adidas/Russell at the helm of their apparel, they don't have too crazy of a look and I kept that in mind as I designed their uniforms for this. Keeping that in mind, I left their football uniforms pretty much the same as they have been the last couple years. Biggest change here is the addition of real pants stripes as opposed to no stripes or very short stripes. I limited black to an alternate set that would hopefully be worn separately, but in the current state of college football we all know that wouldn't happen. The hockey uniforms are very similar to how the football uniforms go. I did consider shoulder logos for them but I didn't keep them, as it just didn't feel right to me. Baseball uniforms again are very simple and consistent with the rest of the uniforms. Biggest thing here and across the board is that there is no longer a "grey away" designation. Unless a team has grey in their set, I won't be giving a team a grey uniform for baseball. Basketball is consistent with the rest. I didn't want to go full Celtics with Ohio, so the double stripe pattern is on the shoulders and the collar trim is a solid color. On the shorts the waistband is striped and the hem is a solid color. C&C is welcome as always. Given the larger nature of this thread, I'll try and get the next team up as soon as I can.
  23. 2021 brings a new home kit for Atlanta United. I know gradients/fades are gimmicky and don't hold up well over time, but I don't hate it in this context for some reason. I'm at least hoping Atlanta goes back to the 5 stripes aesthetic that they're originally known for. I also hope they do something special for their 5th anniversary playing in ATL to make this edition more fun and collectible.
  24. Under Armour just told UCLA they want to end their deal. How would the bruins look in Nike digs? Nothing ground breaking here... New Colors inline with the rest of UCLA's teams New Helmet striping Updated gold helmet that takes on the new color and satin finish The current helmets are a disgusting shade Truncated Nike style UCLA Stripe Maybe not a popular opinion, but I think the bold truncated stripes look much better than what they wear today
  25. With all the things happening, I've designed and/or tweaked some NFL Uniforms using my own template. Not all teams will get the treatment nor will they get descriptions however so feel free to look around and if theres any questions and if i'm available, i'll answer. Enjoy!
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