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Posted this on Twitter Yesterday, but here was my attempt to do the SEC as EPL:

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The individuals can be found here.

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Wow, these look awesome. I sorta dislike the Vanderbilt's gold jersey and would change the gold to black, but thats just my opinion

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Walmart was founded by a Mizzou grad, so they should be the sponsor for MU not Arkansas

Sam Walton lived in Arkansas and founded the first Wal-Mart in Arkansas.

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Walmart was founded by a Mizzou grad, so they should be the sponsor for MU not Arkansas

Sam Walton lived in Arkansas and founded the first Wal-Mart in Arkansas.

He grew up in Columbia, MO and went to Mizzou. The reason the first stores were in Arkansas was because land was cheaper there. Walton's grandson Played bball at Mizzou.Many other family members went to mizzou, Notably rams, avalanche, nuggets, rapids, arsenal owner stan Kronke. Also, Walmart heir Nancy Walton paid $75 mil to name Mizzou arena after her daughter. The point is Walmart has deep ties to mizzou

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Walmart was founded by a Mizzou grad, so they should be the sponsor for MU not Arkansas

Sam Walton lived in Arkansas and founded the first Wal-Mart in Arkansas.

He grew up in Columbia, MO and went to Mizzou. The reason the first stores were in Arkansas was because land was cheaper there. Walton's grandson Played bball at Mizzou.Many other family members went to mizzou, Notably rams, avalanche, nuggets, rapids, arsenal owner stan Kronke. Also, Walmart heir Nancy Walton paid $75 mil to name Mizzou arena after her daughter. The point is Walmart has deep ties to mizzou

Wal-Mart is currently headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas (30 minutes from Fayetteville) and has deeper ties to the state than Missouri.

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These are really cool, I especially like Georgia. I do have one question though. What is the orange thing sticking out from behind the top right of the Gatorade logo on the white Florida jersey?

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These are really cool, I especially like Georgia. I do have one question though. What is the orange thing sticking out from behind the top right of the Gatorade logo on the white Florida jersey?

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It's their copyright symbol

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These are nice. None of the designs themselves need much work (well, maybe the Auburn clash--the chest hoop is too high to have a sponsor in it). The part that is bothering me is how large the logos/crests are.

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Would like to see the big 12

I'd possibly like to see all the Big Conferences, Big 12, Pac 12, Big Ten and the ACC

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Tennessee is my favorite, with aTm a close second.

This thread also helped me realize that I am a sucker for checker patterns, as I like the Kentucky blue and numerous Indiana Pacers concepts I've seen here.

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I love this!

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College soccer teams never use sponsors. However, they sometimes use a wordmark, in replacement of the sponsor. Not a fan of how large some of the crests are either.

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Brilliantly done! These are some outstanding ideas and I think that you are ahead of your time. Long term, I think college football becomes replaced by college soccer and sponsorship will be a necessity.

-Love the blended in "T" in the Tennessee checker kit
-Florida's are awesome all around
-Vandy's are a super classy look for a super classy school

Only critique is that I think all sponsors logos should be minimized as much as possible, like Yella Wood. And maybe Raising Cane's. Less is more in my opinion. But I know you were working with what you had.

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