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Theyd be worn once a year not every game. A one time thing every year, recruits will love it, and if your going to add change go big. These would be PERFECT.
Those maryland uni's got them a ton of publicity. Its just the new fad is crazy uniforms. They might not pick a school solely on their alternate uniforms but sometimes equipment and uniforms can influence a recruit. So I'd say its better to have something rather than nothing at all.
I hate this look. This stuff makes us look like Pokemon.
They would be better off making up some crazy helment/uni combos, having adidas make up prototypes and display them in the football offices for recruits to see on visits. They don't have to know that we don't actually wear them in games. They don't watch all the games anyway. They would probably just assume that we do wear them occasionally. Then you get the recruiting benefit without subjecting your fans to the horror of actually seeing this on the field.
I figured this was over on the other thread. Anyways, you all know I personally love the alternate uniforms and think this one is sweet...hence my new avatar picture. Maryland was over the top stupid, but personally I love Oregon's jerseys and think they're sweet and hoping that UW can do something a bit more flashy than the Wario W last year...although I liked it as a starting point at least. Again, once a year...that's all I'm asking for.
Not sure if this has been posted anywhere in the VIP comments, but here are some concept designs that came out a year or two ago. I personally prefer some of these over what is rkstreff's avatar.
If God dwells inside us, like some people say, I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting
I like that helmet design. Its the same logo as the ones on the Badger Band's uniforms. Its got an old school feel but its a change up. I like the red chrome facemask.
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