September 1st, 2010 at 10:43 AM ^

The print on the gloves is sweet.

They just showed Pitt, and when you put your hands together (like Ingram at the start of Sportscenter) it spells out PITT (where Ingram has the bama A)

Also, TCU's "Lizard Print" looks stupid, but their gloves say TCU like the Pitt ones 

Va Tech had a military person introduce theirs, and it was weird. All black, with a  little orange

Huggy bear is out there for WVU, Whos uni has almost no color to it. It's white, black and grey. With Blue and yellow WV logos. 

These are just dumb


September 1st, 2010 at 11:03 AM ^

And maybe I'm just opposed to change, but I'm not impressed by the Florida jerseys either. It's like they were designing the blue Power Ranger's uniform until they got above the waist and remembered that they were designing a football jersey.

Might as well post the OSU jersey too...almost looks like Bama from the front.

Oooooo I like the Boise State helmet


September 1st, 2010 at 11:50 AM ^

..are a combination of the university's original colors (black and gray) and the current colors (burnt orange and Chicago maroon) that were adopted in 1896.  The association with the Corps of Cadets is because until 1923, Virginia Tech required all able bodied males to serve in the Corps for four years and until 1964 for two years.  While it's now completely voluntary, the Corps is still an integral part of campus life.  All three ROTC units (Army, Air Force, Navy (which includes Marines)) are part of the Corps and wear the Corps' uniforms, not service uniforms.  The Corps also includes many non-ROTC members who join simply to participate in the experience, not to earn a commission.

oriental andrew

September 1st, 2010 at 11:19 AM ^

those florida unis are terrible.  aqua?  really???

also, don't get the black VT unis, although the matte black helmets look kinda cool.  matte black is starting to get played out, though, particularly if you're into the car scene.


September 1st, 2010 at 11:23 AM ^

I like the 2010 OSU versions better than the 2009.  It is sort of hard to tell how they will look on non-5'5'' white guys on a green field but the red helmets don't bother me yet. 


September 1st, 2010 at 12:12 PM ^

The Alabame gloves and cleats look sick. The team I play for is called the Aces with the bama 'A' so I'm considering getting some of those gloves for the new season