A New Uni- Secret Confession

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College Collage: Costumes & Color vs. Color Cocktail Party

By Phil Hecken

There’s lots of college football uniform news this weekend, with a bunch of squads breaking out new uniforms or helmets, and one game that will be color vs. color. For the first time in decades, the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, also known as the annual match-up between Georgia and . . . → Read More: College Collage: Costumes & Color vs. Color Cocktail Party

Aggies Use Their Heads for New Helmet Design

For all of today’s photos, you can click to enlarge

Interesting move yesterday by Texas A&M, which unveiled a new 1939 throwback that will be worn this Saturday against Louisiana-Monroe. The most interesting thing about it, as you can see above, is that they’ve come up with a strikingly . . . → Read More: Aggies Use Their Heads for New Helmet Design

Goths and Jocks Make Peace (at least in Under Armour's imagined fantasy world)

I you’re a fan of mono-black on the gridiron (or anywhere else, I suppose), yesterday was a very good day. Let’s start at Northwestern, where the Wildcats unveiled a new “gothic” costume that’ll be worn on Oct. 18 against Nebraska (click photos to enlarge):

A few thoughts:

• Hilarious that they’re calling . . . → Read More: Goths and Jocks Make Peace (at least in Under Armour’s imagined fantasy world)