Best College football uniforms

Posted: January 3, 2011 in Football
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There are just some teams that when they come out on the field just look better, faster, or tougher than the other team. One reason is because the recruiting policies at this particular school are pretty lax, but another reason is because of the uniforms. I am not like most college football fans. I like the new style uniforms, not just the classics, but i also appreciate the classics. I have what are the best full uniforms and some parts of uniforms that just stand out by themselves. (ed. note: these are all behind the Black and Gold of the University of Iowa, but I see it as unfair to try and match anything up to that perfection.)

5. San Diego State

Simple, yet modern, with great colors. Didn’t try to over do it and it shows.

4. Temple

They haven’t had much of a football program, but they sure do look good. Good colors, clean and simple, yet classic. The stripe on the pants and the logo on the helmet is what sells this one.

3. Oregon

Most people hate these, I love them for just for innovation. They don’t over do it like some teams or any team in the NFL. They would be number one but I have two reservations about them. For one, the number font looks like 50’s science fiction movie titles and for two, they are Nike’s testing grounds, they should have the best.

2. Army

I always love black and gold, and Army does it right. Simple with the modern yet classic stripes on the sleeve.

1. Michigan Wolverines

I really don’t like them as a team, but they have the most iconic uniforms in sports. The wings, and the solid colors are nice enough that they haven’t changed anything since nineteen dickety three.

I also have to include odds and ends, just because I like certain parts of other jerseys

Indiana’s helmet because the great color and nice wide stripes that are perfectly spaced.

Iowa State’s yellow jersey because it’s unique and its about the most tasteful you will see a yellow jersey

West Virginia’s pro combat uniforms are cool because they pay homage to the state’s history and culture


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