When the football team released their new Adidas uniforms last summer, it was done in an extravagant manner; fancy banquet, hip-hop music video, and fabulous models.
Yesterday morning, Tulsa basketball released their new uniforms using a different, more inauspicious approach. In a series of three tweets starting at 10:30 AM and ending at noon, Frank Haith unveiled the new white, blue, and black uniforms.
I will be posting my rankings of all the uniforms Tulsa wore this year after Christmas, but Codie Mullins on Twitter suggested that we let the fans suggest their opinion as well. I liked that idea, so I created a google form, rank your favorite uniforms by clicking here.
I know it can be difficult if you don’t love uniforms like I do, but I want to hear everyone’s opinion so please take 5 minutes to fill it out. I’ll post the results whenever I rank mine after Christmas.
Hey guys, sorry for not getting this posted earlier. I’ve had a busy but productive week, and I plan to have the Fresno Game Preview up tomorrow morning!
Tulsa busted out the new blue jerseys for the first time this year on Saturday, and they looked superb. I was initially very skeptical of the blue jerseys when I saw them at the kickoff luncheon, but I think that was because of the lack of lighting at the event. On the field, in the sunlight, they looked very, very good. Here are my notes on this particular combo.
For those of you who don’t know, I am slightly obsessed with critiquing uniforms. This Fall, TU will have brand new football uniforms courtesy of Adidas. When I heard the news that Tulsa was switching from Nike I was initially very disappointed, because Nike Uniforms are simply better than Adidas. However, I understand that this move made sense financially for the school, and I’m ultimately okay with the decision if Tulsa rolls out in something like this. Here are 8 things I want to see (or don’t want to see) when Adidas releases the new uniforms.