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The Un-Under Armour-ing of College Football (Cincinnati, Northwestern & Notre Dame Added)

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Under Armour just told UCLA they want to end their deal. How would the bruins look in Nike digs?

 

Nothing ground breaking here...

 

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Updating these series to include other Under Armour schools.

Wisconsin

  • The Badger's shoulder stripes move forward (the state motto) on to the front of the jersey building on the motif introduced by UA
  • The badgers keep their slick font from their UA days
  • Subtle sublimated stripes on the front of the jersey are a nod to the sweater worn by Bucky Badger

 

 

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I'd like to see the Badgers pants stripe end in a similar way to the shoulder stripe. The sublimated stripes might look good on the back as well, especially because the camera is often seeing players' backs. 

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Northwestern

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Cincinnati

  • The Bearcats get three new jerseys and pants
  • The jerseys features the teams oversized logo on each sleeve that spills over onto the the top of the shoulders
  • The pants feature a faux belt, a uniform feature which has been phased out in favor of elastic or drawstring waistbands
  • The stripe on the pants matches the curve of the "C" in the Bearcats' log

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On 6/27/2020 at 8:25 PM, Rygi13 said:

Under Armour just told UCLA they want to end their deal. How would the bruins look in Nike digs?

 

Nothing ground breaking here...

 

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Totally rad but truncated UCLA stripes makes them look too much like the LSU Tigers. 

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I dig the look for Northwestern, but I think that changing the stripe on the purple pants to match the purple helmet instead of being tonal would look a little better IMO

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On 6/30/2020 at 1:01 PM, Rygi13 said:

Notre Dame

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As a Notre Dame fan, I can definitely get on board with these. Only change I'd make is on the green jersey make the numerals gold with white outline, to adhere to tradition. 

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14 hours ago, Section30 said:

I dig the look for Northwestern, but I think that changing the stripe on the purple pants to match the purple helmet instead of being tonal would look a little better IMO

Agreed.. the tonal striping on the jerseys makes perfect sense and looks great due to the way it helps the contrasting numbers "pop".. but on the other uniform elements, the pants should match the helmet with contrasting striping.. the way the white helmet and pants look with the bold purple striping is great.. and white striping on the purple pants would look great as well..

 

Also, your Adidas template is about 5 years out of date.. their current template has both shoulder yokes AND cap sleeves.. modifying your current template shouldn't be too difficult though, as the adjustments are pretty straightforward.

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All of these concepts are absolutely gorgeous, I have nothing negative to say about them.  My only concern is that Nike is RARELY this conservative with uniform design, so I think it's a stretch to have them be the new manufacturer

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The UCLA concept is a downgrade from what they currently wear. I think UA did a great job...There's no need for helmet stripes or the white outline on the logo, nor the white facemask.

 

The Wisconsin concept is fantastic. 

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