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For anyone who wants this, I put together a list of all the SEC schools and their official color codes. I was curious myself so I looked them all up and compiled the list together. Enjoy! :D

South Carolina:
    Garnet: Pantone 202 C

Tennessee: Pantone 151

Kentucky: Pantone 286

Vanderbilt:
    Gold: Pantone 132

Florida:
    Blue      287      0, 33, 165      C100, M60, Y0, K20      #0021A5
    Orange     172     255, 74, 0     C0, M70, Y100, K0     #FF4A00

Georgia:
    Red: 200
    Gray: 422

Alabama: Pantone 201
    Warm Gray 9

Auburn:
    Orange: C: 0
    M: 63
    y: 100
    K: 0
    Blue:  cyan 100, magenta 64, black 60, (no yellow)

LSU: 268, 123

MSU: 505

Ole Miss: Red: 220, 20, 60
    Blue: Pantone 281

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Yo sean,  would love to enjoy this info, but alas, I do not know how to apply this so I can do so.  Care to tell me how I, the SECTalk poster, can use this info?
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Chalk said:

Yo sean,  would love to enjoy this info, but alas, I do not know how to apply this so I can do so.  Care to tell me how I, the SECTalk poster, can use this info?

If you have a photo editing program, you can use the codes I posted as colors. You can also look up the RGB equivalents and use them in paint. For instance:

In photoshop,or any program for that matter, the color 'Pantone 287' is this color:
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Which is Florida's official blue color.

'Pantone 172' is this color:
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which is Florida's official orange color.
or you can input these into paint:
R:253
G:71
B:3


Now you can go to a chart like this one:
Pantone® Color Bridge™ Cmyk Ec
to find the pantone colors and get the RGB or CMYK equivalent and use them in paint! :D

Edited by nellanaesp, 02 March 2009 - 08:32 PM.

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nellanaesp said:

If you have a photo editing program, you can use the codes I posted as colors. You can also look up the RGB equivalents and use them in paint. For instance:

In photoshop,the color 'Pantone 287' is this color:
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Which is Florida's official blue color.

'Pantone 172' is this color:
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which is Florida's official orange color.


Now you can go to a chart like this one:
Pantone® Color Bridge™ Cmyk Ec
to find the pantone colors and get the RGB or CMYK equivalent and use them in paint! :D


English Mutha******, do you speak it?  Just kidding bro!:p

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nellanaesp said:

If you have a photo editing program, you can use the codes I posted as colors. You can also look up the RGB equivalents and use them in paint. For instance:

In photoshop,or any program for that matter, the color 'Pantone 287' is this color:
Posted Image
Which is Florida's official blue color.

'Pantone 172' is this color:
Posted Image
which is Florida's official orange color.
or you can input these into paint:
R:253
G:71
B:3


Now you can go to a chart like this one:
Pantone® Color Bridge™ Cmyk Ec
to find the pantone colors and get the RGB or CMYK equivalent and use them in paint! :D



What?  All I understood was RGB, which I think means Roy G. Biv.  I don't speak japanese......
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Chalk said:

What?  All I understood was RGB, which I think means Roy G. Biv.  I don't speak japanese......
:laugh: Open up paint, double click on one of the colors, click 'define custom colors' and in the spots next to R, G, and B, enter: 253, 71, and 3. Then you'll understand. :p

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Chalk said:

What?  All I understood was RGB, which I think means Roy G. Biv.  I don't speak japanese......

RGB values are red green blue values. Any color can be made by those 3 colors.

the secondary colors are cyan, magenta, yellow, or CMY. The K stands for  black.

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I just had to compile this list. It took a while to pull the colors from each school, so I thought I'd share and save someone the trouble.
If you need the info, here's the list:

(1.) The University of Texas at Austin PMS 159 Burnt Orange and White
(2.) The University of Alabama   PMS 201 Crimson and Warm Gray 9
(3.) University of Florida PMS 172 Orange and PMS 287 Blue
(4.) The University of Michigan PMS 294 Blue and PMS 7406 Yellow
(5.) University of Georgia  PMS 200 Red and PMS 422 Gray
(6.) Louisiana State University  PMS 268 Purple and PMS 123 Yellow
(7.) University of North Carolina PMS 542 Blue
(8.) The Pennsylvania State University PMS 282 Dark Blue and White
(9.) University of Kentucky PMS 286 Blue
(10.) University of Notre Dame PMS 541 Blue and PMS 460 Gold
(11.) University of Nebraska  PMS 186 Red and Pantone Black
(12.) The University of Oklahoma PMS 201 Crimson and Pantone 468 Cream
(13.) University of Tennessee PMS 151 Orange and White
(14.) Auburn University PMS 289 Blue and PMS 158 Orange
(15.) West Virginia University  PMS 286 Blue and PMS 124 Gold
(16.) University of Wisconsin   PMS 200 Red and Pantone Black
(17.) University of Arkansas  PMS 200 Red and White
(18.)University of Missouri  PMS 124 Gold and Pantone Black
(19.) University of South Carolina   PMS 202 Garnet
(20.) Texas A&M University Custom Pantone Aggie Maroon (thanks for that) and White
(21.) The University of Kansas PMS 293 Blue
(22.) Florida State University PMS 202 Garnet and PMS Gold 872 (if metallic) or PMS 4525 (if flat)
(23.) University of Illinois PMS 281 Blue and PMS 158 Orange
(24.) Texas Tech University PMS 485 and Pantone Black
(25.) Clemson University  Orange not possible with a PMS match (???), so CMYK value is 0/70/100/0 and PMS 268 Purple

Please don't ask what PMS, CMYK, or Pantone means. Google it.

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Sean said:

If you have a photo editing program, you can use the codes I posted as colors. You can also look up the RGB equivalents and use them in paint. For instance:

In photoshop,or any program for that matter, the color 'Pantone 287' is this color:
Posted Image
Which is Florida's official blue color.

'Pantone 172' is this color:
Posted Image
which is Florida's official orange color.
or you can input these into paint:
R:253
G:71
B:3


Now you can go to a chart like this one:
Pantone® Color Bridge™ Cmyk Ec
to find the pantone colors and get the RGB or CMYK equivalent and use them in paint! :D

At the risk of looking foolish, or drunk, I'm going to go ahead and ask if I'm the only person who sees 2 pictures of LSU players in purple and yellow where Sean describes the colors as blue and orange. I'm going to assume the pictures have changed because a 2-year old thread got bumped.
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The Dork Side of the Nerd is strong in this thread.
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