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Under Armour New Uniform for 2011


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Hmm, I wonder what teams may adopt this template? I've heard some rumblings here that Utah may change uniforms next year for thier move to the Pac-12, perhaps they might use this template (although I'd much rather them switch back to Nike altogether, which won't happen).

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USF just needs to fix the numbers and they'd be fine. Utah would look good in these but I'd hope teh NCAA would say no to the pants

Why would they say no to the pants. There's nothing illegal about them. In fact, the rear stripes were the first kind of striping on football pants. In the 1930s, many teams wore tan canvas pants with thick black stripes running up the backs of the legs.

For some reason, UA uniforms (and merchandise) always look like Walmart knockoffs of Nike stuff. I much prefer the seamless body and clean, almost panel-free design of the Reebok/adidas jersey. If they can find a way to make the shoulder stripes work on it, it will be a really nice jersey.

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Wouldn't Maryland be the most likely candidate to wear any of this Under Armour crap stuff?

I would think so. Isn't South Carolina getting new uniforms next year? Maybe they will use this "new technology".

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lol at the scientific words they use to try and make these jerseys sound bad ass

...coming from an Oregon fan. :rolleyes:

Bad execution of the joke, but I think what you meant was "Nike uses those same words to describe the Ducks' uniforms"

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Wouldn't Maryland be the most likely candidate to wear any of this Under Armour crap stuff?

I would think so. Isn't South Carolina getting new uniforms next year? Maybe they will use this "new technology".

There's a picture floating around somewhere that shows someone in Maryland's locker room and in the background, there is what looks like concept art for new Maryland uniforms, so it's definitely possible that Maryland could be getting something new.

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