Futuristic concept NCAA football uniforms for many teams (Photos)

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Apr 13, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of a Nike football with the Southern California Trojans logo on the field during the spring game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

A few weeks ago we brought you futuristic NFL football uniforms created by Mr. Design Junkie.

They’re certainly an acquired taste and many traditionalists understandably weren’t a fan and the same will likely hold true for these concept NCAA football uniforms, which again, were crafted by Mr. Design Junkie.

Unlike the NFL – where the vast majority of teams stick with a somewhat ‘plain’ and standardized look, NCAA programs are known to get a little bit more wild, especially those dressed by companies like Under Armour and Nike.

These futuristic concept uniforms do seem to work a bit better for the NCAA given that, though, as mentioned they’re still a bit of an acquired taste.

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Personally, I’m a big fan of the UCLA look – simply because the color combination works well. But I could see both the Virginia Tech and Boise State both being used without much modification.

Hopefully all the publicity Mr. Design Junkie is receiving over the jerseys and uniforms will launch his career.


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  • stevechas

    My gawd, that is terrible. Why would anyone voluntarily do something like that?

  • Dons62

    Three quick letters…..sux !

  • Ron Lane

    I love these concept uniforms because they show creative ideas. Of course the vast majority of these ideas won’t be used. Some of the pant striping ideas in particular are very cool. I like the diagonal striped pants and the Texas A&M’s outside/top, inside/bottom stripes format look sharp.

  • Wal Mart

    This is a travesty