- Coastal Carolina installing a new teal turf
- New UTSA helmet for 2015 has familiar Longhorn flavor
- UNLV rocking a scarlet helmet in 2015?
- Critics cannot have it both ways with Cardale Jones’ decision
- Final McGuire Metric results: Buckeyes push Big Ten to the top
- The lesson to learn from the 2014 season: Let the season breathe
- My College Football Playoff National Championship Game Prediction
- Episode 159 – Big Ten Bounces Back
- FCS Championship Game: North Dakota State going for history
- Episode 158 – A not so Happy New Year for the SEC?
Uniform Madness: No. 2 Miami Pro Combat vs. No. 3 Colorado State yellow
- Updated: March 26, 2012
Pro Combat Region: Region’s top seeds collide
The Final Four is about to be set in the 2012 Worst College Football Uniform Tournament, and we have the top two seeds in the Pro Combat Region going head-to-head. The second seeded Miami Pro Combats from 2010 handled Cal’s all-yellow uniforms with 62.07% of the votes in the previous round. Colorado State and their yellow jerseys held off a strong showing by Michigan State’s Pro Combat uniforms, receiving 57.38% of the votes in the previous round.
Vote below to determine which of these two uniforms deserves to be put away in a storage closet, never to see the light of day again until appearing on a future episode of Storage Wars? Voting is open until Friday night, with the next round starting Saturday.