Never an Easy Task - Ranking the NCAA Football Uniforms

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You Sunk My Battleship!

Back in 2007, when this website was still in its toddler phase, I ran an entry about how Bear Bryant had decided to distinguish the twins Harry and Larry Jones — who both played for Bryant at Kentucky in the early 1950s — by assigning them the uniform numbers 1A and 1B, as seen . . . → Read More: You Sunk My Battleship!

A New Look for UCLA

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UCLA unveiled a new alternate football uniform yesterday. They’re calling it “LA Steel,” but the rest of us can just call it “gray.” No word yet on which game(s) it’ll be worn for.

Obviously, this is just a stunt costume. . . . → Read More: A New Look for UCLA

Boomer Sooner!

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Oklahoma released a new set of alternate uniforms yesterday. According to the press release, these uni will “occasionally supplement” the team’s standard home and road looks, which remain unchanged. The new designs “won’t be something we do constantly, but it will be a nice change-up,” . . . → Read More: Boomer Sooner!