Florida unveiled these new gator-inspired alternate uniforms that they'll rock when they take on Texas A&M this weekend...


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Nike Football designers created and delivered a new alternate look for the team (incorporating the Nike Vapor Untouchable Speed uniform) that takes after an alligator’s armored body and channels its ability to be a master of camouflage.
Thoughts?

(CollegeSpun)
Filed Under: Florida Sports

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21 Comments
Typical
Reply2 months
It's Thursday and I looked at the uniform again and it is still embarrassing.
Reply2 months
Garbage
Reply2 months
If this means they are developing a tiger stripe uniform for LSU, drastic measures will need to be taken against Nike
Reply2 months
I know I'm in the minority's but I actually like them.
Reply2 months
I can deal with the helmet but otherwise the rest is trash
Reply2 months
anything to make us think about something other than sharks, amirite?
Reply2 months
Barf
Reply2 months
and you thought losing to danny etling was embarrassing?
Reply2 months
It's a little much.
Reply2 months
A Perfect uni smming up he current state of the football program. Pure garbage.
Reply2 months
WOW, that is just some kind BFU, if I ever saw it. But then again, it is FUF.
Reply2 months
lol Florida this is embarrassing
Reply2 months
The helmets are awesome, everything else...... not so much
Reply2 months
Swag
Reply2 months
Embarrassing for the school, program, team, players, fans. Did I leave anyone out? Respect your traditions, school colors, don't sell your soul to Nike.
Reply2 months
It's just one game, and what kids wear to play a football game is not really all that important in the big scheme of things.
2 months
Poo Poo
Reply2 months
McElpuss gets alternates too......he's getting an updated 1990's haircut and teeth whitening kit.
Reply2 months
Looks like they're wearing Crocs with cleats.
Reply2 months
Why? Just why?
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