Which area teams have a new look in 2010?

August, 30, 2010
Paul Lukas of Page 2 is ESPN.com's professor of sartorial splendor, closely examining changes to team uniforms and then informing the masses. He hasn't disappointed, providing college football fans with his guide to new looks for the 2010 season.

Here's what he found:

Baylor has added green pants to their multiple looks.

Colorado will honor the school's 1990 national championship team by wearing this throwback design for home games this season. In addition, the Buffs will not wear player names on their jerseys this year.

Kansas is replacing the nameplates with the Jayhawk logo and the red stripe on the helmet has been removed.

Kansas State's numbers are migrating to the shoulders to make room for sleeve stripes.

Missouri and Texas Tech will support the Wounded Warrior Project by wearing camouflage-trimmed uniforms for their Nov. 6 game. Speaking of Tech, the white helmet seen in practice will remain there, as it's being worn to help combat the heat.

Nebraska's TV numbers are officially on the shoulder and the Cornhuskers will move the adidas logo over from the side to the base of an odd-looking square collar.

TCU will primarily use the Pro Combat design from last season, but with less ridiculous pants and their standard purple helmet instead of the black one with the red "blood stripes". Plus they'll also have a new Pro Combat alternate design for at least one game. More details after Wednesday's unveiling. The Frogs also will wear camouflage-trimmed uniforms vs. Utah to support the Wounded Warrior Project when they play each other Nov. 6.

Texas A&M also will move the adidas logo to the square collar. The collar adjustment is more apparent on the road jersey, which appears to have side piping. In addition, the Aggies have added the T-star logo above the nameplate.



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