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Hey, I've been lurking on this thread for a while now and I really enjoy all the content that you have made, and, with your blessing, I was hoping that I could make some team plates for the teams that you have created. Let me know if what you think and if you want me to continue, but here's a sample for now.

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17 hours ago, THEANGEL&THEGAMBLER said:

these are great!

but Chicago Christian Crusaders aren't showing up

 

Should be good now.

 

 

11 hours ago, jacoviansmythe said:

Hey, I've been lurking on this thread for a while now and I really enjoy all the content that you have made, and, with your blessing, I was hoping that I could make some team plates for the teams that you have created. Let me know if what you think and if you want me to continue, but here's a sample for now.

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Go for It! Stuff like that is cool and adds to the overall vibe.

 

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18 hours ago, ZEGH82 said:

I like the format for this one. If only the College Football Playoff could take this as inspiration. Also can I ask which one of these 10 are the champions of their conference?

 

Super-12 - #1 Dallas State

MWAC - #11 Michigan A&M

Atlantic-8 - Boston State

PCC - #4 Los Angeles State

Frontier - #3 Nebraska State

Gulf Coast - Central Texas

East Coast - #14 Bronx

New England - #18 Stamford

Big Southern - #17 Central Alabama

GLA - #22 Indianapolis State

 

At Large:

#2 Nashville

#5 Louisiana
#6 Hawaii State

#7 UC-San Jose

#8 Worcester

#9 St. Paul

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4 hours ago, ZEGH82 said:

I like that. I think this thread has the potential to get more views than the original PDC. Keep it up JCR!

 

Thanks, but to be honest, it's not about views for me. I just enjoy doing this as a hobby since it's fun and it helps me develop my skills as an artist.

 

Up next we have the Lumen Christi Golden Knights, a private Catholic university similar in a lot of ways to Notre Dame. They face their rival religious schools who unofficially compete for a small trophy: Wilford Woodruff (a Mormon school from Idaho), Mississippi Christian, and Chicago Christian. Also competing for this trophy are Alabama Christian and Olathe (a Wesleyan private university).

 

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3 hours ago, sleuthpanther said:

@JCRGraphix Is Lumen Christi a little inspired by Saint Norbert's College? Both are small small catholic schools in Green Bay, and SNC's nickname is the Green Knights instead of the Golden Knights. It would just be a very funny coincidence if it was, great series so far.:)

 

To be honest, I hadn't heard of them, but that's really cool that it worked out that way!

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On 10/8/2017 at 10:53 AM, JCRGraphix said:

 

Super-12 - #1 Dallas State

MWAC - #11 Michigan A&M

Atlantic-8 - Boston State

PCC - #4 Los Angeles State

Frontier - #3 Nebraska State

Gulf Coast - Central Texas

East Coast - #14 Bronx

New England - #18 Stamford

Big Southern - #17 Central Alabama

GLA - #22 Indianapolis State

 

At Large:

#2 Nashville

#5 Louisiana
#6 Hawaii State

#7 UC-San Jose

#8 Worcester

#9 St. Paul

Why are Boston State and Central Texas not numbered? Why are some seed numbers not mentioned? Are there play-in games?

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15 hours ago, MCM0313 said:

Why are Boston State and Central Texas not numbered? Why are some seed numbers not mentioned? Are there play-in games?

 

Even though they were conference champions, they were not ranked in the top 25 since they had a fair amount of losses. The conference champions play against the next 6 highest ranked teams. 

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Up next we have the St. Paul Geminis. They are also nicknamed the silver streaks and use their silver uniforms extensively. This nickname is reflected in the school's fight song "The Silver Streaks of St. Paul"

 

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Up next to finish off the MWAC, are the Northern Indiana Fighting Amish. They have a very conservative traditional look with the belief that the name on the front is more important than one on the back. They use their blackout jerseys for their archrivals from down the state, Fort Wayne, and special gold uniforms for their other rivals Michigan A&M, and their special non-conference game against Atlanta State.

 

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24 minutes ago, ZEGH82 said:

So the Atlantic 8 is next? Also, yet another great conference. 

 

It certainly is, and the first team up are the Baltimore State Blues. They have a very modern look and like to switch things up from game to game.

 

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