Morning report: Ole Miss’s uniform suits continue to evolve


Merry Christmas from The Grove Report. Here’s what’s going on in the athletic world of Ole Miss.

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  • Morning Column: Ole Miss’s uniform suits continue to evolve

    Ole Miss released a new uniform suit this week for her upcoming clash with Baylor in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

    This jumpsuit ushers in the return of Ole Miss’s white helmets, but instead of the singular red stripe of years gone by, red and powder blue accents are on this cover.

    The rebels have tried alternative uniforms this century, but for a team that has generally been viewed as a “traditional” uniform program, these alternative threads have become increasingly important in recent years, particularly under Lane’s tenure. Kiffin in Oxford. Ole Miss’s most worn home shirt over the past two seasons has been the powder blue pictured above, as this color has become more and more prevalent in all sports at Ole Miss.

    Discussions about uniforms divide many fan bases, and Ole Miss is no exception, but the question arises: is it a bad thing that Ole Miss has brought new uniform details into the mix?

    In short, no.

    If Ole Miss had completely ditched her traditional uniform sets – red, navy, and white jerseys and gray pants – the answer would likely be different, but these designs are still present and are the well where all other Ole Miss uniforms come from. . Some may argue that the alternate sets have become overused among current Ole Miss teams, and they might be right, but there’s no harm in mixing things up every now and then.

    Take this tweet above, for example. This tweet alone garnered over 2,000 likes, and the tweets below have crossed the 3,000 and 4,000 mark.

    In short, it seems the majority of those who interacted with this uniform reveal have been fans of the design. At the very least, college football fans across the country are talking about your schedule ahead of a New Year’s bowling game, and who knows? Maybe a few more pairs of eyes will hook up on New Years Day to watch the Sugar Bowl, because they know they’ll see something different on the pitch.

    Overall, it’s a solid decision from Ole Miss, both in terms of looks and marketing.


    Upcoming games

    Soccer

    Allstate sugar bowl against n ° 7 Baylor

    Men’s basketball

    December 29 vs. Florida

    Women’s basketball

    December 30 against Arkansas


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