Tennessee Reveals Slight Change To Their Football Uniforms
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The Tennessee Volunteers revealed a tweak to their uniform design for the upcoming season at the end of the a video they posted to Twitter on Thrusday. Per The Spun...

Per Rocky Top Insider, it will mark the first time since 2014 that the Vols have worn double-stripes with their uniforms. Tennessee stopped using double-stripes in 2015 when they took on Nike as their uniform maker.

But the Vols changed things up again in 2018. Newly-appointed head coach Jeremy Pruitt decided to get rid of stripes altogether, restoring the team to the look shared by its 1998 national championship team.
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should have gone with checkerboard pants. LOL!
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Prison Sex
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That's it? A stripe?
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Prison orange?
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who knows they might win a game
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Tennessee football is dead.
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It’s FloppyKock
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Make a big change to their win total. Right?
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I think I speak for everyone when I say that Larry does a great job. Where would we be without his NY Times style investigative journalism and pulitzer prize award winning prose. I shudder to think ..
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Can't change that ugly orange.
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