Look, I'm open to the football team redoing the unis in a few years, perhaps even to something "contemporary", and when it's done, go ahead and reintroduce the white. But the unis are perfect the way they are, and I really don't give a rat's arse if everyone else thinks we ripped off USC. Us Cyclone fans KNOW better - they're modeled (not exact) to the uniforms ISU wore back in the 1970s. Why is it we've always got to care what everyone else thinks about us? Isn't it good enough that we like it?
Why should we change? They're (the ones that keep writing these lame-arse "Worst Uni" articles) the ones that suck...
Honestly I don't think we should. I think we should be in the '76 unis. They were the best we've had.
b. April 2012 d. April 2012
May perpetual light shine upon him.
What a ridiculous list. He doesn't like Rutgers because of the boring block R on the helmet. Then he better put Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Nebraska on the list too.
And the new ASU uniforms are cool in my opinion.
I would love to do unis like that as well. Unfortunately (and probably rightfully so) Cyclone Nation would go postal if we ever dressed in that much black (considering a certain school on my side of the state)...
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
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