By: Maria Perez
The start of the college football season is just around the corner and teams have started unveiling their new uniforms. Just like the fall fashion season, schools compete to have the best outfits for their 100-yard runway and since the extra cash isn’t going to the players themselves, some schools do not hold back on the flash.READ MORE: Dallas Police Officer Arrested For Domestic Assault
Here are seven of this years’ newest college football uniforms:
7. University of Miami
Being seen in the same outfit twice is social suicide, so the Hurricanes have 48 possible combinations to their uniform.
6. Mississippi State University
The Bulldogs are taking #tbt to a whole new level by wearing these old school uniforms to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Scott Field.
5. Florida State University
The Seminoles decided to go back to their roots and incorporate tribal symbols on their uniforms. But is this a bad idea when other franchises have been pressured to subdue their Native American influences? Hopefully the extra details will help them prevail another year as champs.READ MORE: Much Happening In DFW For Juneteenth Including Walk With Opal Lee
History defines programs. Details define champions. @FSU_Football will defend the title in an updated look. pic.twitter.com/QElwQ4HLcf— Nike Football (@usnikefootball) April 11, 2014
4. University of Nebraska
The uniform was unveiled to the team in a more nontraditional manner… You know if Coach Bo Pelini can make the all red look intimidating, just imagine the players.
Uniform reveal. pic.twitter.com/5SzIqfcywV— DS (@Dw1ghtStuff) August 1, 2014
3. University of Michigan
Their uniforms are nothing out of the ordinary this year but their cleats Michigan gives a nod to the EDM culture in this season’s fluorescent look.
2. University of Washington
With these uniforms, they want to show that coming face to face with a Husky is not adorable but scary.
1. University of OregonMORE NEWS: Drowning In Grapevine Lake Prompts Warning From First Responders
It seems like they hired a costume designer from Marvel for their new look. The Ducks are hoping the new wings on their shoulders will help them fly straight to the NCAA finals.