Uniforms Of The Week: Military Appreciation Rundown

With Veterans Day just around the corner, the college football world will once again see a good handful of schools suit up in alternate uniforms designed to be a military tribute to one degree or another. This has become a trend that seems to happen twice a season, with the first coming around September 11, […]

Arizona State unveils new adidas uniforms

We recently previewed Arizona State as they were number 24 on our Top 50 countdown. Today, the Sun Devils announced new uniforms from adidas. Here’s a look at them… An innovation advantage. A closer look at

UCLA unveils new adidas uniforms

UCLA and adidas today unveiled the new Bruins Primeknit core football uniforms, which will make their on-field debut on Saturday, Sept. 5 vs. Virginia for the team’s season opener. Paying homage to the UCLA tradition of grit and toughness, the new core uniforms were crafted with speed and valiance in mind. Developed in collaboration with […]

Uniform of the Week: Yessir! Texas A&M’s 1939 throwback is awesome

The Texas A&M Aggies will be digging deep into the history of the football program with a new uniform design this weekend. It is so good, it will have you wishing you could experience the days of leather helmets. When Texas A&M takes the field this week against Louisiana-Monroe, it will do so wearing a […]

You’ll get a debate from the 2001 Miami crowd, but only 19 years ago, the 1995 Nebraska Cornhuskers produced what is for many the greatest season in modern college football. Expectations of what Nebraska can be sit at the heart of this larger discussion about the Huskers’ head coaching situation… and what’s attainable in the coming weeks.

Adidas Commits Another Crime Against (College Football Fashion) Humanity

ADIDAS IS A FORCE OF EVIL, AND IT MUST BE STOPPED! This is what a college football uniform should look like:   This is what a college football uniform should NEVER look like: Louisville radio host and national college football commentator Mark Ennis typically found the right words to describe this development: