The mark consists of a backwards, capital letter "C" directly followed without space by a capital letter "U" directly followed without space by a capital letter "C". The "U" is placed in front of each of the C's, overlapping approximately 10% of each "C" on the side facing the "U". Each letter has a two-tone color border which surrounds the outside of each letter. This includes the "U" as it has been placed in the foreground of the image. Both tones of the border are the same width (thin) and encompass the entire image, as well as the "U" in the foreground. The tone touching the outside border matches the same color as the body of each letter, and the tone inside this border is black. The color of the body of the letters, and the outer tone of the border, is the same on all three letters. The color starts as a dark maroon at the bottom of the image, and fades to a lighter, brighter red at the top of the image. The fade is gradual. The type below the image can best be described as "Melvin" font, and the type reads "URBAN CONFLICT" on the first line, and "CHAMPIONSHIP" on the second line. The type is centered and padded with spacing directly below the image.
"THE COLOR WHITE THAT APPEARS AS A BACKGROUND IN THE DRAWING WHICH REPRESENTS PAGE BACKGROUND, OUTLINING, SHADING AND/OR TRANSPARENT AREAS AND IS"
025, 028, 041
022, 039, 023, 038, 050, 100, 101, 107
The color(s) black, dark maroon, and red is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.