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  1. My proposal is for college football to move to megaconferences. Each Power 5 conference would absorb the Group of 5 teams to yield these conferences: SEC: 28 teams ACC: 28 teams Big Ten: 26 teams Big 12: 24 teams Pac-12: 24 teams Now there’s no glass ceiling on team in FBS. Every team, from Akron to Alabama, has a similar road map to the college football playoff. The only question left is scheduling. How do you schedule a 28-team conference? Algorithmic matching! Here’s a template for what each individual teams’ schedule would look like: Weeks 1 and 13 are prescheduled non-conference games. Weeks 2 and 3 are prescheduled conference games against randomly selected opponents, subject to playing one team from the top half of the previous year’s conference standings and one team from the bottom half. Weeks 4 through 12 algorithmically match opponents every week, subject to prescheduled home/away designations throughout the year. Each team has one bye during this period and one prescheduled game against a rival. The algorithm is quite simple. Line up each of the teams according to home and away designations and order them by conference standings. Match the top team set to play at home to the top team set to play on the road (if they have not already been scheduled to play each other), then go to the next team in the standings and proceed until all opponents have been matched. A poor team gets a fortunate schedule early on and wins some games? They will soon be scheduled with the giants. A great team loses a pair of close games right away? They will soon be scheduled with the minnows and elevated back up. To avoid shenanigans, you would only sort the conference standings by conference record and then randomly order the teams with the same record. This also means there could be weekly scheduling shows to reveal the (quasi-) random matchups that were created. Week 14 algorithmically matches opponents as well, but with no home/away designations set beforehand. This ensures that if a conference has 2 giants that have somehow avoided each other to the end, they will meet in the last week. Home and away would be decided post-matching by scheduling in the location opposite those teams’ last meeting. And if a matchup is a conference decider, the conference could turn it into a neutral site conference championship game. I simulated the 2022-23 college football season and at the very end will reveal the resulting conference standings, the eight-team (!) playoff, and the national champion. But first, onto the conferences where I have designed new uniform sets for every team under the constraint that a casual fan be able to notice that the uniform is different than it was before. Onto the SEC!
  2. 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 | 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 | South Alabama | Southern Miss | Texas State | Troy | UL Monroe
  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. Making a separate thread for discussion of face mask color and preference for teams. Unpopular opinion: The Browns look best with a brown face mask.
  5. Uniforms created for a hypothetical football version of the PK80 basketball tournament. Looks were built out based on the basketball uniforms worn by each team in this year's tournament. Oklahoma has moved to Jordan brand, as the games would take place next season. Like this year's iteration of the PK80, the use of black is prominent and iridescent highlights are used to accent footwear, gloves and event branding. Individual team concepts coming next
  6. Wanted to try my hand at a rivalry concept of US Naval Academy. The color comes from the Famous color HAZE GRAY that was used on military ships to camouflage them from enemies the helmets are meant to be satin finished just as the non reflective paint used and the star insignia was used on Naval War Planes during WWII. Can't wait to hear suggestions and constructive criticisms. Applications used for this project were Illustrator and Photoshop. Templates were created by Doug Houvener and Chris Mauerer
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