Fans, critics discuss new Missouri uniforms on Twitter

Saturday, April 14, 2012 | 5:04 p.m. CDT
Models showcase the new football uniforms during halftime at the Black and Gold game at Faurot Field on Saturday. It is the first time the uniforms from Nike were shown to the public.

New uniforms were unveiled at halftime of Missouri's Black and Gold spring football game at Faurot Field.

The Nike uniforms are a part of a new branding identity for Missouri sports, and they have been talked about for a few weeks.

Missouri fans, critics, former Missouri football players and journalists went to social media to discuss the new uniforms and submit their own exclusive photos.



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Ellis Smith April 15, 2012 | 12:08 p.m.

It's interesting how some NCAA Division I football teams haven't changed their uniform style in 30 years, and apparently have no intention of changing it in the future, while others have need to change more frequently.

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