Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Tatanka™, Sep 25, 2016.
Here's what's still available for the year:
Here is the mockup of that I did last year.
I like that look. Let's go with that.
SBS. Time for the first ever win in the silver helmets.
GBG, keep tradition going, show the recruits we just look that damn good.
I certainly wouldn't complain about that. It's the best look in football.
I agree with Yung. I think it will be SSS.
Guys, if you do the math... every remaining home game will be a black jersey since they can't wear black on the road.
I'm saying traditional. G-B-G. The players don't give a **** about impressing recruits
Another guess for the Raiders look (SBS)
I'll take the L on this one
Great gif, Yung.
Technically, it's possible that one of our road opponents has notified us that they intend to wear a special light colored home jersey against us, but that seems very unlikely. Especially now that Oregon is in the rear view mirror. 99% chance Nik is right.
Ya SBS on this one.
There are three silver helmets and three silver pants left. That very likely means we'll see S-B-S at home and S-S-S and S-W-S on the road. That would leave the following available.
Helmet - G G G G W
Jersey - B B B B W
Pants - B G G G W
Likely combinations are:
G-B-B (UCLA blackout)
There. I spoiled the combination surprises for the rest of the year.
I was told there would be no math.
We are going to wear fuzzy helmets to actually look like a buffalo
We will have some type of silver combination, that much I know. SBB maybe?
S S B
Where did you find that?
Looks pretty cool for an alternate set actually. Glad to see Silver being utilized finally.
Don't know what's allowed but would love all black
That Fred Flintstone look was exactly what I had in mind.
Also, that sbs looks MEAN! I like it!
Are there NCAA rules now on uniforms?
Not happening this year. That graphic I update each week was an official tweet from the athletic department showing everything we would wear this year. Black helmets will not be used again.
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