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According to ESPN, it's LSU...

During a recent round table discussion between a few ESPN college football writers, Sam Khan Jr. selected LSU as the team with the best uniforms in the SEC. Here is what he had to say:
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SEC: LSU

There are several good choices in the SEC but we on the SEC blog went with LSU's white jerseys with the gold (or yellow, more accurately) helmet and pants. Alabama's look (particularly the helmet) is definitely a classic and worthy of consideration but there's something about the Tigers, who got an exception to the NCAA's "must wear color at home" uniform rule granted in 1995 when then-head coach Gerry DiNardo was determined to restore their uniform tradition. Maybe it's because they've played so many memorable games on Saturday nights in Death Valley wearing that particular uniform (when at home, they now only wear whites for the home opener or SEC games), maybe it's the fierce Tiger head under the letters L-S-U on the side of the helmet or the purple-and-gold stripes on each shoulder but the Tigers' whites are appealing to us. -- Sam Khan Jr.
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We also have the best mascot in the SEC according to ESPN but no surprise there
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Wow, no red teams represented. Red is the most common color of college football. Maybe too common?
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Different strokes, different folks. Some love Oregon. Some hate. It's opinion. I don't like yellow and purple but I can respect some else's opinion. As long as you win, meh, the uni is just the uni.
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Many an offseason thread has given LSU the nod (usually second to their team). Glad to see no hate in the replies.
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This might as well be a TMZ ranking. ESPN is a gossip fueled network now.
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fact.
Reply71 months
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Its all opinion when it comes to uniforms. Theres no fact here. I disagree with every team in their top 5, but thats just my opinion.
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