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Officially announced that Michigan will be wearing their Adidas "bleed out" uniforms tomorrow against Ohio. These feature maize uniforms (maize writing), maize shorts, and now maize shoes. We shall see how they look on the players tomorrow night, but personally, I'm excited by this development.
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This post was edited by Thomas Beindit 14 months ago
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Like a big f'n highlighter.
I'll be much more excited if we win by 20. Nevertheless I don't think "Go Maize" will ever catch on.
I think that's a comment we can all agree with. I just like the look of these uniforms, but I will withhold my final thoughts until I actually see the players wearing them. For instance, I didn't like the Under the Lights jerseys until I saw them on the players. Sometimes they look better in real life than as a drawing.
We are not wearing maize jerseys. We are wearing highlighter yellow jerseys. It's very depressing how much that color has changed over the years.
Until we get Nike sponsorship again, we can't ever say we're wearing Maize.
GO Highlighter Yellow!!!!!
This post was edited by Tom May 14 months ago
Dear lord I hate those Jerseys.
i was just going to ask about this. arent the official colors now sun and blue?
Distinct possiblity....I don't see my Bucks winning this one. I'll be surprised if we stay within 7 or 8...
I thought it was sun and Nike has the trademark "Maize".
Those Addidas Uni's will blind you!!! ..the Nike uni's were 1000x better!
Personally, I prefer the "highlighter" maize. I think it shows better on the blue, but I understand why others like the more "classic" maize.
stupid on stupid on stupid
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