Yesterday, we brought you some Big Ten concepts. Today, we go down South and bring you concept helmets of college football’s most popular and most dominant conference – the SEC. Like all of us, you hate the off-season. If you’ve gotta deal with it, this is how – some off-season uniform and helmet content. Tell us your opinion of the concepts in the comments below! All of the art you see below is from our graphic designer, Mac Mayhew.
The Alabama Crimson Tide “AL”
Arkansas Razorbacks “Revolution”
Auburn Tigers “Jungle”
Georgia Bulldogs “Alternate”
South Carolina Gamecocks “Alternate”
Florida Gators “Skin”
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Kentucky Wildcats “Big Cats”
LSU Tigers “Throwback”
Mississippi State Bulldogs “Throwback”
Missouri Tigers “Fierce”
Ole Miss Rebels “Colonel”
Texas A&M Aggies “Alternate”
Vanderbilt “Anchor Down”
Tennessee Volunteers “Neo”
Personally, I’m a big fan of the Auburn and Tennessee ones. Those concepts should make it on the field. Speaking of things you could see on the field – Arkansas, South Carolina, and Kentucky should take some ideas here – those would look clean in 2020 and beyond.
On the other end, I’m not a fan of the Alabama as much. While yesterday’s Penn State was a nice bi-color classic look, I feel like using the current Big Al logo goes a bit too far. Similarly, there’s no way on God’s green earth you could possibly trot out the Ole Miss helmet. It just wouldn’t work in this day and age.
So what do you think? Which helmets (yes, we know some logos are off-center. They’re that way to see the whole logo if possible.) do you like? Which ones aren’t so good> And which ones do you think could possibly exist in the next few years?