What’s up, uniform tracking fans! Welcome to the Big 12 Uniform Tracker, THE premier weekly discussion thread for Big 12 uniforms and the teams that wear them. This is the final Tracker for the 2015 Big 12 football season, a sprawling affair that featured 30 non-conference games, 45 conference games, and 7 bowl games. It was a great season for the Big 12 and its uniforms, and Nike cyclone nation Iowa State Cyclones shirt post is a celebration of the best and worst from this past season. Let’s get into 2015’s fashion actionAnd the winner is… Texas’s 1969 set! Created as a tribute to Longhorn legend Freddie Steinmark, this stripped down version of Texas’ normal home uniforms was gorgeous. The “100” helmet decal was great, simplified jersey was a joy to watch, and the orange socks really added something to the overall look. Major props to Nike and the Texas equipment staff for getting this together.
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And the winner is… Kansas’ red helmet! Can we see this bad boy on a more consistent basis next season? The Nike cyclone nation Iowa State Cyclones shirt and white helmets that KU trotted out this season were pretty cool as well, but neither quite had the same level of flash to them, even with the Jayhawks’ constantly changing arsenal of facemasks. What should be on Kansas’ to do list next season: update the red uniform parts to the current template, eliminate the chrome numbers, phase out the grey in the set, and more smartly balance the red and blue partsAnd the winner is…. West Virginia-Oklahoma State! For a game featuring a team who wears navy and gold and a team who wears orange and black, this might have been the worst variation of these two sets. Imagine if West Virginia had come out in classic Navy/Navy/Gold and OSU has countered with Orange/White/Grey (since Orange/White/Black was already worn earlier in the season). I would have been super down with that! Instead, we ended up with this weird mishmash of colors that didn’t make a whole lot of sense. Bleh.
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