Discussion in 'Football' started by georgiatech22, Dec 21, 2018.
But does your new wife know who to cheer for?
Most actually wear gold
CPJ ruined our ööööing uniforms
Dan Radakovich signed the contract with Russell that essentially made us their "uniform test lab." Too bad that isn't as cool as being Nike's test lab (even if basically their weird uniforms, under armors weird uniforms, and Russell's weird uniforms are all clownishly horrible, the only substantive difference being the logos)... Do you think that Paul Johnson a) gave a öööö about uniforms at all, and b) selected the designs we hated? That is what your post appears to suggest.
I thought the kids picked out the uniforms
If Tech can screw up gold, they'll figure out a way to screw up blue too. Todd Stansbury's quest to find the right shade of gold is apparently a failure. Blue appears to be the new wave with the players. Remember the recent hype on the new Tech Gold, I fell for it.
The uniforms look great. Just maybe the blue with white numbers and a gold with blue numbers.
The blue is worn during bowl games to symbolize the pent up testosterone and sexual tension from not being able to tackle other young men in tight pants on the field of battle despite practicing for an entire month. It’s an homagé to the homoerotic nature of the GT student body, the game of football, and no-nut November. It’s very hip, refreshing, apt and in for 2018. I approve.
We haven’t tackled anyone in 10+ years. The tension must be unbearable.
gonna look awesome on the cover of EA NCAA Football 2019
You weren't the only one.
Seriously what happened to our gold?
What do you mean? The numbers are gold. The helmet is gold
If the uniforms fire up the players and this helps them on the field, that's what matters to me.
It doesn't always work, but I'm hopeful.
You are a homage
No we didn't.
Winning an Orange Bowl is a big deal at Georgia Tech because we don't have a legacy. I'm frequently amazed at the lack of appreciation this fanbase has for what Paul Johnson accomplished here.
Gladly. Hoping CGC can develop a legacy and make Orange Bowl wins common-ish.