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adidas Releases NCAA March Madness Uniforms for 6 Teams (Photos)

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Athletic brand adidas has unveiled the new uniforms that six NCAA teams (Kansas, Cincinnati, Baylor, UCLA, Notre Dame and Louisville) will be wearing during March Madness. I generally try to keep a positive tone for these articles, but just look at these things. Apparently, Zubaz is accusing adidas of ripping them off, and I can’t say I disagree.

Anyway, as you can see in the above gallery, half of the new uniforms are in the new short-sleeve style, while the other half are traditional jerseys. And no matter what you say about them, they’re certainly memorable.

You’ll see the uniforms in action once the tournament begins later this month, and I guess it’s possible we’ll all get used to them at some point. But do we really want that to happen?


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