Yesterday, Notre Dame announced their disgusting new Yankees-themed jerseys:
Although ugly, the new Notre Dame alternate uniforms are fitting. The Yankees-Notre Dame crossover is perfect. Two fan bases that won’t stop talking about past championships that they weren’t alive for.
This was a funny tweet from Notre Dame, like any Notre Dame fan would take the Subway in the Bronx.
Let’s call this uniform the 10th worst jersey in this top 10 countdown.
9. 2011 Michigan (Vs. Notre Dame):
Gross. You have an iconic jersey and you are going up against Notre Dame. WEAR IT. Nothing makes me more angry than a historic team like Michigan going away from their iconic jersey. It turns me into an old man yelling at clouds.
8. Florida 2006 (Vs. Georgia):
Again, in a historic rivalry game, you wear these?! WHO ALLOWED THIS!
7. Notre Dame 2016 (Vs. Army):
That’s the color of shit looks like after St. Patty’s Day.
6. Nebraska & Wisconsin’s Jerseys 2012:
Two iconic schools just destroying their brand with a disgusting combination of jerseys. The number should ALWAYS be the main attraction on the front of the jersey. Not a block letter.
5. Colorado State (Vs. Northern Colorado) 2016:
4. Ohio State (vs. Wisconsin) 2011:
Just wear the scarlet and grey. Stop messing with tradition.
3. Tennessee (vs. South Carolina) 2009:
These jerseys are why the Lane Kiffin experiment didn’t work out.
2. BYU 1999:
BYU somehow wore these uniforms for an entire season in 1999. Damn Mormons are out of their mind.
1.5 Maryland (vs. Miami) 2011:
1. ULM 2011:
These jerseys were southern as hell, but are getting a big ole NOPE from me.
I’m sure I missed a few jerseys throughout college football’s vast history. Please send me the ones I missed on Twitter (@JackMacCFB) and we can make fun of them together.