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LOOK: Shirts and Pants Revealed for First SEC Game


It’s the first true road game of the year and also the first SEC game of the year. If you believe in “look good, play good” then this week’s outfit reveal is an important one.

This week, Chad Bailey provides:

White pants, white shirt, yellow hat with the oval Tiger. know what? I like it.

Would I prefer a black helmet? Of course, that’s the best look that Mizzou has in my opinion. Will people bristle at the oval Tiger? Indubitably, yes. Does the whole thing work? Yeah, man, it does.

Simple is best in my book and this is a simple, clean look. I dig it.

Of course, during this whole reveal, I was really hoping that the little Sony radio/cassette tape player (hell yeah 1980s) would get punished in some way for daring to mention the hometown of this week’s opponent. And, lo, Mr. Bailey inevitably delivered:


Which do I hope for more: that someone went to all the trouble to find their old cassette player and happily deliver it to the creatives/photogs in charge of this shoot, only to gasp in horror as their beloved relic was demolished by a gentleman who probably wasn’t alive when said machine actually delivered on the joy it promised decades ago? Or that some low-rung AD employee had to visit like 20 different garage sales and/or antique stores to find that, only to watch in similar horror as all that work was smashed upon the concrete.

Regardless, I think it’s clear that Mizzou has always been a fan of...uh...Panasonic?...and THAT WEAK S*** SONY CAN GET THE HELL OUT OF THIS HOUSE.

Anyway, what do you think?


This week’s shirts and pants combo is...

This poll is closed

  • 24%
    Elite. Unlike this week’s opponent.
    (55 votes)
  • 62%
    Good. A few tweaks and this would be the perfect road uniform.
    (142 votes)
  • 6%
    I have no opinion about the shirts and pants the Missouri football team wears.
    (14 votes)
  • 3%
    Bad. All white is not all right.
    (9 votes)
  • 3%
    Trash garbage. Sony is an integral part to the advancement of American culture and society and should not be disrespected like that.
    (7 votes)
227 votes total Vote Now