I was screwing around in NCAA '13 last night, and had our guys wearing the white road pants with the home cardinal jerseys. It looked a hell of a lot better on screen than I had initially imagined. I always thought you would need white accents in our jerseys to make it look good, but thanks to the gold stripe on the pants, it worked well.
I think it would be cool to see us try it for a game. Had a sharp look to it and ends the "USC knock off" talk. Not anything to switch to full time, but a solid alternate.
I don't think anything will end that - Iowa fans were still doing that when we wore the all whites last week, which look nothing like USC. Then again, most Hawk fans think the Pittsburgh Steelers ripped off Iowa's unis...
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Cardinal pants, cardinal jerseys, & a cardinal helmet would be too much. We need helmet alternates like Baylor. One white & one gold (yellow). Would love to see cardinal pants and jerseys with a gold (yellow) helmet. And of course the all white uniform.
Cardinal helmets, jerseys and pant looks sharp. The AZ Cardinals wear that combination occasionally and it is very sharp. imo
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