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If you're going to wear shorts, why not just wear regular shorts?

Not skin tight womens-looking shorts. Those are hideous!

That first picture is hilarious, it looks like he lost a bet.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

5. Get off my lawn.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

2. Are you sure about the shorts? They look like they might be repurposed game pants that were cut short. It could be the seams extending, or it's fraying from the shorts. Hard to tell.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

2. Are you sure about the shorts? They look like they might be repurposed game pants that were cut short. It could be the seams extending, or it's fraying from the shorts. Hard to tell.

I obviously don't know for certain but I'm 90% sure these ARE cutoff pants, I'm assuming repurposed game pants. In all honesty I don't see why it's a big deal. Yes they're short but they're no tighter than what all these players wear in games. I think its a much smaller deal than some are making it.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

2. Are you sure about the shorts? They look like they might be repurposed game pants that were cut short. It could be the seams extending, or it's fraying from the shorts. Hard to tell.

I agree, I think those are cut-off game pants.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

2. Are you sure about the shorts? They look like they might be repurposed game pants that were cut short. It could be the seams extending, or it's fraying from the shorts. Hard to tell.

I agree, I think those are cut-off game pants.

Me, also.

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judging by the childish reactions, I'm assuming all of you that are shocked are under the age of 30 at "shorts & pads" practices the cutoff football pants were the norm from the 60's and well through the 80's and may have even trickled into the 90's. it really wasn't until the thigh length spandex girdle (bike early compression gear) with the pad pockets started hitting the market that actual gym shorts were worn on shorts & pads days.

s-hit some even coaches used to rock the polyester cutoffs back in the day...some of you really need to learn your history as the shoe companies have spoiled everyone into thinking there is an accessory or performance article of clothing that is 100% tailored for every possible activity and condition related to practice & games of every specific sport.

1. I'm a man. I'm 33.

2. Both the jerseys and shorts pictured are, in fact, articles of clothing specifically designed by a major athletic company for college football practices. These are not repurposed cutoffs or hand-me-downs.

3. Fat guys in short shorts so tight you can practically guess the player's religion with a passing glance is never an appealing look.

4. No one wants to see a picture of you in comparable shorts as evidence that such a look was once prevalent, so let's preemptively nip that in the bud.

if you're 33 you should know better than to run your mouth since everything I stated was correct...you obviously know nothing about the history of the sport nor have been through 2 a days as all of those photos would have been commonplace to a punk like you.

p.s. not sure if you've ever been to a football practice (intramural coed flag doesn't count) but 50% of football practice is fat sweaty guys running around and visually unappealing...as a matter of fact it can be downright disgusting.

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