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LA Rams Uniforms What Will They Look Like In 2016

The Rams will be moving from Saint Louis back to LA ish. So, this means there will be a new uniform in some form or fashion next season. The big question is what will that uniform look like when it takes the field in Cali. Will it be the navy and gold the team has worn in Saint Louis, the royal blue and yellow of LA, the navy and white of LA, or could a new color set of all four colors be coming for 2016. Below are a few ideas I did for the Rams a few drafts back. There are other ideas on the page here as well but many say Saint Louis so i left them off this post but here is the link if you want to see a yellow uni or more helmets.rams ROBINSON GODL

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NCAA Helmet Concepts


I have done thousands of NCAA and NFL helmets. Below are just a few of those helmets. If you wish to see more of your team just click on the link to see more helmets and for some teams full uniform concepts.
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UNC March Madness Concept Uniforms

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So Retro It’s The Future AJ XXX

I think we can all agree that the Jordan Brand has jumped the shark. The only reason most of us still buy or want J’s is because we missed out on a pair when we were kids.

The new stuff is worse than bad. Sorry Tinker

This XXX brings the brand back to where it started but updates the comfort and tech.


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CHANEL Announced As New Primary Sponsor For College Football Playoff Championship Game


In a marketing move to get women trapped in front of the tv by their football crazed boyfriends to care about who wins the game Chanel has decided to become the primary sponsor of the College Football Playoff Championship Game. The new trophy will be a larger than life sized version of Chanel’s newest lipstick called CHAMPION.

The new lipstick will feature colors of every National Championship team in NCAA history.