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    underneath jerseys

    I know this is not a big deal.........But does it bother anyone what we wear underneath our jerseys. I really can't stand those baggy XXL white nike cut offs underneath our jerseys. I think that it looks really bad. I really hope that the new nike uniforms(tight top) see Texas and others becomes the status quo. I am hoping that with our new logo, our uniforms will be changed and be like the new jerseys that come out. What does everyone think? Am i really anal or does it bother anyone else?



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    I think that look pretty ugly also. I do not see the purpose of them, I think they would get in the way more than anything. Hopefully you are right and we go to the tighter tops.



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    Tight tops?

    I guess I like the current unis just fine.


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    Re: underneath jerseys

    I like the baggy shirts underneath personally. People didn't like black shoes, socks, or baggy shorts either, but Michigan and the Fab 5 changed that.


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    Re: underneath jerseys

    the baggy pants in the nike look terrible though...



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    ya i dont like the tight tops.. i find it uncomfortable


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    Re: underneath jerseys

    I really think that's a personal preference thing for the players. I'd rather have our guys feel comfortable with what they are playing in and let the look slide a little bit. They aren't dictating what the football players wear underneath their pads (I think) or if they wear sleeves or not, so why the basketball team?



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    I think Boozer and CJohnson don't wear the undershirt, so I don't think they are forced to wear it.



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    I understand that its not that big of a deal, but I think we are the only team in the Big XII that has that big of undershirts underneath. I just think that it makes our players look like they dont even fit in their uniforms.......................but not that big of a deal



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    Quote Originally Posted by homan View Post
    I know this is not a big deal.........But does it bother anyone what we wear underneath our jerseys. I really can't stand those baggy XXL white nike cut offs underneath our jerseys. I think that it looks really bad. I really hope that the new nike uniforms(tight top) see Texas and others becomes the status quo. I am hoping that with our new logo, our uniforms will be changed and be like the new jerseys that come out. What does everyone think? Am i really anal or does it bother anyone else?
    Could be worse. We could look like OU. Blake Griffin looks like he shops at Baby Gap.



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    Give Diante Garrett a year in the weight room and he'll be able to fill that XS Under Armour shirt THAT'S suppose to be tight!!! lol



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    Let them wear the undershirts however they want, as long as they are comfortable. At least that's how it was when I played :)



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    Re: underneath jerseys

    they can't be forced to do it because DG wore a t-shirt last night and he has also done that for many other games. it is personal preference



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