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  1. After seeing the atrocious court for the 2018 Braggin' Rights Game between Illinois and Missouri I created my own take on a court for this annual neutral site matchup. Each team gets their own half of the court split by the Mississippi River which serves as the border between the two state.
  2. So with a new head ball coach and the recent excitement of landing the #1 recruit in the nation, a lot of media and social outlets have been talking about "bringing the Mizzou brand back to glory" and whatnot. I think this would be an excellent time to finally look into updating our plain-Jane uniforms a little. I actually don't mind the simplicity of the current sets. Personally, I think they would look better if they had some striping down the sides or something additional, but the clean look is not too shabby. I whipped up this quick mock-up of what I would really like to see. The biggest addition, of course, is a return to showing the big "M" on the word-mark. Our best sustained period of success was when the Norm Stewart-led teams of the 70s, 80s and early 90s wore uniforms with this key feature. I know it wasn't strictly a Missouri design standard (Michigan, of course, wore this similar style during their National Championship year in 1989), but I always attributed this design to Mizzou, even before I lived here and became an alumni and life-long fan. Keeping the current set and adjusting really just the front of the jerseys is a pretty simple change that would tip the hat towards our history a bit and still show in a fresh and unique design for today. Now, I'm not the greatest in Photoshop and these are just quick mock-ups a devised to convey this idea. So no need to rip me apart as I know they are a little rough and not the best artistically. I just wonder if there are any thoughts from fellow fans about what you'd like to see with updates for the uniform sets moving forward. M.I.Z.....
  3. Hello! This is a concept for a football team in Saint Louis, Missouri. I'll be working on it some more in the future til then, feel free to critique. Also please keep these ideas in mind: - I have no clue how pandas are related to St. Louis. Oh well! - The base Helmet was created by Chris Maurer http://boards.sportslogos.net/profile/41368-theoneandonlymau/ - The rest of this project is at https://www.behance.net/gallery/43599225/St-Louis-Pandas-Football-Design Enjoy!
  4. Alright so I'm a huge Mizzou fan. And unlike some, i really like our current uniforms that were "rebranded" by Nike 2 years ago. I also love that Nike is rolling out some new bits and pieces for us. (different matte/metallic helmet combinations, a new chrome tiger sticker helmet, and a new anthracite jersey). But when we played in the SEC championship as the away team, i didn't like our look. I mean i didn't mind it, but i felt it could have been done better. So here i give you my concept for a "White-out" Mizzou Alternate Helmet: The Tiger and Facemask are not black, but a dark-grey/anthracite to match the sleeves of our white jerseys It would be worn when they wear their white pants. So with this look: I couldn't figure out how to make the helmets above white with Photoshop, so all could do is vectorize the helmet. If anyone would be willing to recolor/make the helmet above the new white one, it would be much appreciated. Thanks for looking, and C&C is much appreciated