Tuesday, July 28, 2015 – Crimes Against Uniforms – Adidas Must Be Stopped!


Tuesday, July 28, 2015 – Crimes Against Uniforms – Adidas Must Be Stopped!

Adidas must be stopped for its crimes against uniforms!

Crimes against uniforms. Not to be confused with crimes against humanity or Cards Against Humanity. Obviously I am not the only person who writes about and dislikes the college uniforms. Take a look at the comments by Roger Sherman from SB Nation about college football and basketball uniforms.

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2015/7/24/9031341/adidas-michigan-notre-dame-nebraska-ucla-why-why-why-why-why

“WHY!

WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY!

WHY MAKE ANYBODY PLAY IN NEON? WHY MAKE NEON CAMO EVER? WHY MAKE SHORTS THAT DON’T MATCH TOPS? WHY MAKE SHORTS THAT ARE CAMO? WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY”

I agree Mr. Sherman. Who is in charge of the Adidas color wheel? And what hallucinating drugs are they taking?

I believe no one should wear clothing in colors that one is unable to spell. Is camo really a color? How about chartreuse? Does any player really want to look like a highlighter pen?

I wonder if Stevie P. THE AD, at The University has explored glow in the dark uniforms for the football team. He could save money by turning off the lights in DKR Memorial Stadium.

Now if we could only do something about that blue football field of Boise State. It hurts my eyes and especially if the players are wearing these ugly uniforms.

 

2 responses to “Tuesday, July 28, 2015 – Crimes Against Uniforms – Adidas Must Be Stopped!

  1. Charlie Strong said he isn’t changing UT’s uniforms – burnt orange for home games, white for away games.

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  2. Good for Coach Strong. Clean, neat and in the school’s colors. Unlike the unnamed institution of higher ed just up I-35 from The University where they have 10 years of uniform combinations for THIS year alone and whose school colors appear to be a highlighter pen and some shade of green.

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