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Oklahoma released new alternate uniforms on Tuesday. The Sooners will have several uniform choices this fall but will stick with their traditional uniforms for the majority of the season with their alternate look being used occasionally. Here's the new look in case you missed it:
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) July 1, 2014
Here's a quick round up of what various people had to say on social media about OU's new uniforms.
Sooners cornerback Zack Sanchez likes them:
Game has officially been changed ... Start of a new Era , jus one of em .. pic.twitter.com/05Gvxwa9Ot
— Zack Sanchez (@ZSanchez15) July 1, 2014
Most OU fans seem to like them:
@BChatmon Watch the video. Everything, even the font style, has a special meaning to Oklahoma. Love how they incorporated the history.
— Denise Thompson (@CDeniseThompson) July 1, 2014
@BChatmon I like em. Not crazy like Maryland yet not lame. Perfect for OU.
— Neal Kennedy (@nk2bar) July 1, 2014
Not everybody likes them:
@BChatmon Why mess with one of the best looks in all of college football? Immediately recognizable by all. They're awful.
— Phil Glenn (@PGlenn316) July 1, 2014
— Ivan (@ItsIvanIbarra) July 1, 2014
Some love them, others like them, others don't. But this tweet sums it up perfectly:
@BChatmon I think every reasonable person understands that twice a year (one away, one home) isn't much to give up if it helps recruiting.
— Landthieves (@LandThieves) July 1, 2014
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