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Kevin W.
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4 hours ago, Lights Out said:

UCF showing once again why they're the "pick me" of college football programs.

Agreed, this doesn't even make practical sense. The QR codes will be too small for anyone watching at the stadium to scan and there will be very few angles on TV that would make them scannable for 90% of the game. That's to say nothing of the fact that even in the photos they shared only 1/3 of them are picked up as scannable QR codes by my phone. Factor in the movement of players, jerseys being wrinkled and bunched, and needing a pretty large consistent shot of the code for someone to grab their phone and hold it up this makes 0 sense.

 

This all comes across as an old coach trying desperately to seem like he understands tech and NIL and failing miserably. 

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On 4/17/2022 at 1:14 PM, dont care said:

You're not wrong, but at least it's only for the Spring Game.

 

For now...

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22 hours ago, TenaciousG said:

“Is there a way we can make a jersey an NFT?” -Some college marketing person somewhere

You misspelled "frat crypto bro."

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On 4/18/2022 at 2:41 PM, JTernup said:

 

 

This all comes across as an old coach trying desperately to seem like he understands tech and NIL and failing miserably. 

I doubt very seriously it's Gus' idea to have QR codes on jerseys.

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I’ve been hearing rumors about this for a while (I posted about it on page 2) . I think it’s finally happening. Hoping we still get a black jersey (and actually wear it) as well as red britches on the road a few games per season.

 

Here’s a uniform selector thing I made a couple months ago when the rumors started picking up.

 

https://andrewwagner.wixsite.com/georgiauniforms

 

Also, towards the bottom of the page, I am working on a historical database of old Georgia uniforms. I think I’ve got about 30 years currently.

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Ah, too bad. The custom font was well done. I was looking forward to the NIL deal this fall that would allow me to buy an authentic Kelee Ringo jersey and slap a CFP patch on it. They probably won’t bother selling the Bulldog Bold jerseys now. 
 

For the red jersey, I hope the number is outlined in black. For the black, I really liked that one-off 2020 one and wouldn’t mind if it was brought back with numbers on the sleeves instead of logos. 

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I for one am shocked that a college team with traditional uniforms is moving from a custom nike branded font after a handful of years and reverting to  a stock block font that they used consistently for decades. Nobody saw this coming.

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Of note, this is the same Vapor Untouchable template. Somewhat surprising. I’ve been expecting a new template for about two years now. They’re still using the same Nike collegiate NOB font. Some schools (like Bama) use a regular block NOB. Besides the numbers, these are virtually identical to what we’ve worn for the last couple decades. No sign of red or black pants.

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Kevin W. said:

Really?! A whole video just to announce a font change?

 

That is really dumb.

I guess technically they're new uniforms.  A tweet and Insta post is really all they needed to do though. 

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