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    Darth Photoshop BigMotherTucker's Avatar
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    A&M gets the new uni uogrades

    Let's see if we get the same

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    I think just about every Adidas team will have those. I saw UCLA will have that "checkerboard" design, too.

    Adidas lacks TERRIBLY with creativity. They have one idea per season and seem to apply it to all of their teams.
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    If they would just remove our shoulder stripe

    I'd be fine with the uniforms. Those big things just ruin it for me.

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    That's probably because they are trying to sell Adidas. They are a business. It's the same reason you see EVERY Adidas team with AdiZero basketball shoes. They make one prominent line per year for shoes, cleats, jerseys etc... So you can expect MSU to have very similar uniforms to what aTm has. They look pretty good I think.

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    Those and the giant kotex stripe down the helmet from front to back.

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