Has anyone heard what, if anything, is going to be done with the uniforms? I'd love to see our school colors featured instead of the gold and white that we've been seeing at home. Cardinal uniforms with gold lettering & trim would be nice (similar to USC).
The uniforms will be all new styles but they haven't released anything publicly. The last I checked, they were finalizing their choices and would get everything ordered in time to have them for the fall season.
A program isn't built on one player and it doesn't succeed because of one player, thus a program won't fail if it doesn't get that one player.
Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.
good luck. We are no longer in the 1980s. the wide shoulder look is in nobody is going to go backwards to a time when MBB wore short John Stockton shorts, and the Barry Stevens thin jersey. Pollard said publically that they were keeping the blue in for commercial purposes. It's another color they can use to sell merchandise. I know a lot of us don't like the blue, but get used to it because it's not going anywhere
Jeremy, are you talking about football or basketball uniforms?? I know we're getting new basketball ones (which I think is absolutely awesome - no design can be worse than this past one) but I didn't know if we're getting new football ones too? If so, that's awesome, because we currently look like team McDonalds and frankly, I think the "red on red" home idea for home games looks cheesy, not classy at all. JMO.
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