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College Football Uniforms - 2016 Season

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10 minutes ago, dont care said:

Not when you look at it as the swoosh facing behind him not in front

That doesn't matter, the correct and official Nike logo has the curve on the left side and comes to a point on the right side of the logo, as seen below:

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On shoes and on the NFL jerseys they technically use a "backwards" logo on the right side of the product to mirror the version on the left side so I can understand why it might look odd that the logo is facing this way on these shorts but it's technically the correct way.

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2 minutes ago, DG_Now said:

Louisville looks good with red helmets, though the shiny helmets don't look good with matte jerseys.

 

Also, I get what they're going for with this, but a pair of boxing gloves might have been a better, simpler backdrop:

 

 

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I saw that butterfly thing on their field this morning on GameDay as well.  I didn't immediately make the "float like a butterfly" connection.  If they were gonna make a logo for that phrase than it should have been like a half butterfly, half bee.  Ali could certainly dance (buttefly) but without his punches (sting like a bee) he would have just been a bobbling crazy man in the ring.  

 

It's like saying Michael Jordan was one of the greatest free throw shooters in basketball history.  You're burying the lede. 

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Gators are wearing my favorite combo today vs North Texas.  Orange-blue-orange.

 

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58 minutes ago, See Red said:

Gators are wearing my favorite combo today vs North Texas.  Orange-blue-orange.

 

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Louisville! That's the uniform you should be wearing!

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Oregon would've benefited from green helmets and pants.

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Looks like Mizzou is about to go all banana peel with black helmets. Also, Georgia was supposed to debut red britches like Herschel used to wear on the road but I think that got 86ed after the crummy win last week. Perhaps later in the season.

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North Carolina was in all-Carolina Blue against James Madison and looked great.  Also liked JMU' purples "Dukes" helmet (fauxback, I think).

 

South Carolina in all-black.  Good look. (I'm just a big fan of the Gamecocks' unis this year)  

 

Surprised that Ole Miss wanted everyone in powder blue except the football team.  Seems like it would have made sense to wear the powder blue helmets.  

 

I liked the Oklahoma State marshal helmets...that's a pretty cool helmet logo.

 

Miss St/LSU is a pretty good aesthetic matchup.  

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Michigan State wearing classic green/white/white, no bronze. Good choice against the Irish.

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Ohio State in throwback unis that they wore for the Playoff two years ago. Great decision to me.

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19 minutes ago, Germanshepherd said:

TAMU-Auburn looks really nice. 

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I prefer A&M should go with the maroon lids when playing teams with white helmets.

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2 hours ago, Hamptonlantavegas said:

William and Mary vs Norfolk State looking nice

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Not uniform related, but W&M's campus is very nice.

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I will never like a team copying Navy's helmets. It's been done to death, and a program like VT should be above it. Good look otherwise, loving the new Tech number font.

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