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8 hours ago, chcarlson23 said:

I would make the sleeve length yokes for the hockey jerseys match the barbed wire pattern. Like each side of the yoke, front and back, would have the twist pattern. That would bring a little more flair to the hockey jerseys. 

Here is the barbed piping, I kept it all the same color because the color blocking looks off otherwise.

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Colors

- Prairie Blue

- Maroon

- Steel

- White

Logos

- Primary: A Frankish warrior, in a style similar to the Minnesota Vikings logo

- Secondary: Crossing axes, called franciscas.

University Emblem

- A shield based on the Porsche logo, but with the aforementioned franciscas and the duck image found on the Stuttgart, Arkansas welcome sign.

 

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Football

     The stadium is sponsored by Riceland, a business located in Stuttgart and is the largest rice miller and marketer in the world.

     The football uniforms use two distinct striping patterns, both based on the font. The primary jerseys have shoulder stripes that ended up being a love-child of the classical Jets uniform and the UCLA stripes. The helmet and pants stripe is simply putting two of the jersey stripes together, and voila! The alternate jersey just moves the shoulder stripes to the shoulder caps.

 

Basketball

     The arena is sponsored by Windstream, a Little Rock based communication and managing services company.

     The basketball uniforms use the helmet/pant stripe, but separated. The asymmetrical approach was inspired by the current Memphis set and the blue/green Hawks uniforms. The alternate uniform drops the side panel and pants logo and instead uses a harness pattern, similar to the T-Wolves and Wizards.

 

Hockey

     The hockey uniforms carry on from the basketball alternates, with the harness pattern being used on the sleeves and the football jersey stripe being used on the hem. The breezers and socks use the basketball stripe, with the breezers using two stripes and the socks using three. The alternate uses the same separated stripe on the shoulders and arms, alluding to the baseball sets.

 

Baseball

     All of the uniforms use racing stripes on the shoulders, and continues down the side of the pants in the form of thicker side stripes. The away set blue, like the powder blue fad in the 1970s MLB, as well as the maroon alternates similar to the old Phillies uniform. There is a total of four cap options, two blue and two maroon, the only difference being each color has a primary logo option and a secondary logo option. All of the caps can be worn with any of the uniforms, but the primary cap is always the color of the wordmark and with the primary logo (primary blue with home and alternate, primary maroon with away).

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (Grand Prairie Franks 3/19)
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On 3/19/2021 at 11:22 PM, Blindsay said:

A suggestion not a criticism: maybe put the numbers vertically on the home and road basketball for GPU

How so? like this:

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or rotated 90 degrees

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Colors

- Bell Gold

- Bootheel Brown

- Ringing Orange

- White

Logos

- Primary: A cracked, ringing bell, based on the accounts of the December 16, 1811 earthquake ringing bells all of the way in Richmond, Virginia

- Secondary: The 'Quakes wordmark showing the shearing effect some fault lines use when forming an earthquake.

 

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Football

     The stadium is sponsored by Enterprise, the car rental company.

     The uniforms are mostly traditional, minus the fault line shoulder caps. the design is meant the emulate the university emblem where the stripes are being sheared by the New Madrid fault line. The pants carry over the fault line in the same manner as the helmet stripe and the socks have the stripes from the shoulder caps.

 

Basketball

     The arena is sponsored by Mayflower, the moving company famous for moving the Colts to Indianapolis is based in the St. Louis area.

     The home and away uniforms are split colored, separated by the New Madrid fault line stripe, with the shorts being different colors front and back, also separated by the fault line. The alternate emphasized orange more and is used for orange ribbon games, which raise awareness for things such as leukemia, gun violence, and multiple sclerosis.

 

Hockey

     The home and away uniforms are more traditional with a hem that features the shearing effect and the arm color blocking that features the fault line. The alternate is more of a stadium series design with the angles wordmark logo and numbers, as well as the split coloring.

 

Baseball

     The stadium is sponsored by Panera Bread, which was founded and currently headquartered in the St. Louis area.

     The home and away uniforms feature traditional baseball colors of cream and grey, along with the sheared arm striping and fault line pants striping. The alternate is split colored and has the bell hats and helmets to match.

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (Missouri Bootheel Quakes 4/3)
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Colors

- Hubble Blue

- Mission Purple

- Stardust

- White

- Galaxy

Logos

- Primary: A galaxy swirl in the shape of a G

 

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Football

     The stadium is sponsored by Kansas City Southern Company's Kansas City Southern Railway , a railroad transportation company based in Kansas City, Missouri.

     The uniforms are mostly plain, letting the star galaxy yoke and stripes shine. The home uniform is usually as shown, but the white shell with the primary logo can be worn as well. The away uniform is usually blue/white/blue, but can have either white helmet and the white pants worn as well. The home alternate is worn as shown on Galaxy Gameday, the day that honors Edwin Hubble, the inspiration for the Galaxy team name. The away alternate is usually blue/stardust/blue, but can be worn with the stardust pants.

 

Basketball

     The arena is sponsored by O'Reilly, the auto parts store based in nearby Springfield.

     The uniforms use the star galaxy pattern in the the side panels, bounded by three stripes of the non-base color. The designated home uniforms continue using the galaxy based coloring, while the designated away uniforms have the innermost outline in galaxy. The blue and purple uniforms can both be worn at home and the stardust uniform is the go to light away uniform, when needed.

 

Hockey

     The uniforms continue with the star galaxy pattern on the lower sleeves and the breezers, in the form of the basketball shorts side panel. The other design element is taken from the basketball piping, the three stripes, for a more traditional hockey feel.

 

Baseball

     The stadium is sponsored by Ameren, a power company based in St Louis.

     The uniforms do not use the star galaxy pattern, but do use the three stripes used in basketball and hockey. The home and away uniforms can be paired with three hats, the blue/purple for games with blue base layers, primary purple/blue for purple base layer games, and the blue/blue for weekend night games. The blue alt when worn on the road is paired with the secondary purple/blue cap and the blue pants. When worn at home, it is paired with the home white pants and the blue/blue cap. The purple alt can also be worn home or away, with the normal pants, and can be paired with the blue/purple or primary purple/blue.

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (Mozark Southern 4/18)
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Colors

- Cardinal Red

- White

- Appalachian Green

- Avocado Green

- Carolina Gold

Emblem

- The mounds found at the Joara-San Juan archeological site with a sun carrying over from the athletics stripes as well as the founding year in the custom font.

Logos

- Primary: A person in a traditional Aztec headdress, but as a cardinal, the state bird of North Carolina. Based on these logos.

- Alternate 1: A feather a, inspired by the Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves logo and uniforms.

 

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (Joara-San Juan 5/11)

I’d understand if you don’t want to make alts for this team, but if you do, I’d suggest either the sunrise colors or the green. Also try to give the Football’s endzone the striping patterns of the basketball courts. Good stuff as always.

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When the Spanish were exploring a route to their New Spain capital, they thought the Blue Ridge mountains were connect to the mountains in central Mexico, where the Aztecs where. So Aztec and Appalachian creates apptecs.

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Colors

- Grizzly Tan

- Chocolate Brown

- White

- Bright Turquoise

- War Paint Orange

Logos

- Primary: Yelling bear with pain under the eyes in reference to Danny Little Bear's Native American heritage.

 

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Some Notes

The stripe is the crossing of bear scratches, as seen on the football jersey sleeves. Every sport has a turquoise alternate to celebrate Native American history and heritage.

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (LeRoux 5/27)

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Colors

- Millwood Brown

- Dolly Gold

- White

Logos

- Primary: A screeching eagle, much like the roller coaster riders at the nearby Dollywood amusement park.

-Emblem: A cleaned up version of the three stars found on the Tennessee state flag on a roundel shaped after the Old Mill.

 

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  • kb105 changed the title to American Union of Interscholastic Athletics (Millwood 6/2)

I think LeRoux might be your best one yet. It all works together fantastically. I do have one question though. Why Hodgenville over their much bigger neighbor, Elizabethtown. Elizabethtown seems much more likely to house a university then the much smaller hodgenville.

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45 minutes ago, _DietDrPepper_ said:

I do have one question though. Why Hodgenville over their much bigger neighbor, Elizabethtown. Elizabethtown seems much more likely to house a university then the much smaller Hodgenville.

The reason is because the county Hodgenville is in is LaRue County, named for  pioneer John P. LaRue, who settled with his family in what would become Hodgenville. John LaRue's family is then traced back to Abraham LeRoux, who moved from France to the US in the late 17th century.

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2 hours ago, kb105 said:

The reason is because the county Hodgenville is in is LaRue County, named for  pioneer John P. LaRue, who settled with his family in what would become Hodgenville. John LaRue's family is then traced back to Abraham LeRoux, who moved from France to the US in the late 17th century.

If you want a more exciting person to base a LaRue County school on though, why not Abraham Lincoln? He was born there after all.

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