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School/Team Specific Patterns And Designs

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Some schools have patterns and designs that are known specifically with certain schools and teams (like UNC, FSU, Tennessee, etc.). If you know of any other patterns that haven't been listed please post them. And if anyone could make versions of the ones shown that are on helmets or other objects, like the Maryland helmet below, into flat versions, like the second Oregon one below, so people in the concept section can use them that would be great.

North Carolina Tar Heels

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Florida State Seminoles

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Tennessee Vols (Checkerboard)

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Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (Honeycomb)

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Maryland Terrapins (Maryland Flag and Turtle Shell)

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Oregon Ducks (Both types of feathers)

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Alabama with Houndstooth and later plaid during the Wimp Sanderson era.

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Interesting idea for a thread. The Kidd era Nets had that awful netting trim. Vancouver Grizzlies had that caveman neckline, and Timberwolves had the tree trim, if that counts.

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Alabama with Houndstooth and later plaid during the Wimp Sanderson era.

here ya go

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Would we consider Auburn's Northwestern stripes under this category? UnderArmour has truly fallen in love with it and has attempted to add it to nearly every piece of apparel they make.

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Would we consider Auburn's Northwestern stripes under this category? UnderArmour has truly fallen in love with it and has attempted to add it to nearly every piece of apparel they make.

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except auburn's pants, obviously...... oy.

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In the NFL there's the Haida style feather pattern the seahawks use.

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As well as the bengals tiger striping

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In the NFL there's the Haida style feather pattern the seahawks use.

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As well as the bengals tiger striping

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got this

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(Kind if a bump to bring back this thread for people who haven't seen it.)

New Cincinnati Under Armour Stripe

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Roughriders pattern, if it counts.

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What is that a pattern of?

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Would we consider Auburn's Northwestern stripes under this category? UnderArmour has truly fallen in love with it and has attempted to add it to nearly every piece of apparel they make.

helmetstripes_zps842ba300.jpg

except auburn's pants, obviously...... oy.

If it's auburn's northwestern stripe, then it's a northwestern stripe.. Already named.. And until they have the sense to add it to the pants, it'll be one of the biggest misses in all of college football IMO.. For the record, their away look would be great with the addition of blue pants as well (with the nw stripes from their blue jersey)

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Michigan State got a new greek inspired pattern this offseason which looks good. Wake Forest received a new pattern too. Notre Dame's UA alts had 2 different sublimated patterns...My favorite is USC's 'Trojan pattern' that has been used on their basketball shorts in the past. I also liked Man U's plaid kit from a couple years back

Edit: Utah's mountain pattern would be the best in college football if they simplified it like they do on the socks

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