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Three more 1920s-30s college football concepts

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This is such a unique project idea, great work so far. Can I request Wisconsin, and just for :censored:s and giggles, UWM? The latter would have been Milwaukee State back in the day, their teams were called the Green Seagulls and their colors were green and white.

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If you wouldn't mind doing a team that wasn't around back then, I'd like to see what you'd do with the USF Bulls. I noticed that you hadn't done a 3 initial team yet either.

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Kilo, I did do SMU on another thread, nevertheless USF:

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Also, Ohio State:

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You should try the Pittsburgh Panthers. I think we had a good team back then.

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You should try the Pittsburgh Panthers. I think we had a good team back then.

Also the first team to use numbers on their uniforms, if I recall.

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Michigan

I can just see Gerald Ford now.

Can you do one for my Lafayette Leopards? It would be a good 80th anniversary tribute to the undefeated 1926 squad.

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Michigan

I can just see Gerald Ford now.

Lying face down on the ground wondering how many times Illinois tripped him?

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Pitt:

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heh, Pitt's old gold tended to look orangeish anyway, and I can probably count on my hand the number of people who'll get what I'm about to belt out...

Hail to thee Park High...Hail thy orange and blue...

(pitiful...I know the first verse of one of my rival's fight songs but not my own school's. come to think of it, almost nobody knows the words to our fight song.)

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