I disagree, at least with this being a fact. The last big uniform discussion by the fans was for the UConn game. And players were even Tweeting about the whites. Then we came out and almost ****** that game down our legs. It does work some times, but there is also times that I think it can become a distraction for the team as well as a false sense of swagger. You are either ready to play football or not. What color pants and helmet you have on really don't do that much to change it.
Sorry I was saying it in a 'Jim making fun of Dwight' kind of way, ie Fact: Bears eat beats. Forgot my jimlad.
I also thought that one was pretty cool. Another one I liked was the old twister logo jersey.
I am not one to say much about what uniforms they wear and such...but I really like this design. Hopefully, in the future, if they do go with this design they should make sure to keep ALL the players wearing the same color helmet - unlike it was in the criner-era.
I don't mind an alternative uni but don't trot out those Mickey Mouse junior high unis again that the team wore against Mizzou last season. They were absolutely awful.
Changing to the white road pants with the cardinal helmet and jerseys would also be a big mistake given there is no white in the helmet and jersey.
Assuming the cardinal pants are still around, if they go all cardinal that would be fine with me as long as they stay away from the high white socks. Go buy cardinal socks and either cardinal or black shoes to go with the cardinal helmet, jersey and pants.
Completely agree, white pants with a red helmet/jersey looks terrible.
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