07.26.2011 | Posted by Bill Krueger | Filed under Sports | Tags: Football, J.R. Sweezy, T.J. Graham |
Wolfpack wide receiver T.J. Graham and defensive tackle J.R. Sweezy show off the new NC State football uniforms unveiled today.
I would like to see a “N” on one sleave and “C” on the other sleave (east/west) of the jersey. 3 inch horizonal stripes down the side of the pants , with the front of the stripe being 1 inch higher than the back of the stripe.
Wow. Really inspired.
You had the best uniform in the ACC and you BLEW IT !!!! .Which STATE are you tallking about ?? AZR,MICH,BOSIE,MISS ??? Almost every state has a STATE .And we’ll be the only school in the ACC With the school name ( or at least PART of it). The new ubiform ,to use the kid’s term) SUCKS !!
Disagree completely, WG. The new uniforms are great in a very “less is more” fashion. STATE across the front is simple and classic. Everybody knows what “State” they’re talking about. Get a grip.
can the Pack PLEASE get out of their adidas contract?? Adidas has definitely made it clear with both the FB and BB unis that NC State is not a priority and basically get last minute crap. At this point, I’d be content with a switch to Under Armor, if not a return to Nike. I think the promotion of Duke and UNC of the past two decades has been in large par to their association with Nike. Even Wake Forest experienced a simila rub during the times of Duncan and Chris Paul. Make the move, State!!
It really pays off that the creator of Under Armor went to MD… These uniforms are god awful and plain as day… Look good play good ya know? I agree and feel for you WG and G-man… Less is obviously not more in this case nbhs, its just outright boring…. No need to make excuses for the ugly uni
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