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I hear a bunch of older fans in their 50's say they have no problem with the uniforms. I'm going to wait and see if they play with more vigor when wearing those outfits, if that's the case then they should wear them every game. I grew up in a home with traditional appliances (harvest gold) refrigerator, washer/dryer. I'm sure glad those fads went away, and when i think about it UT's uniforms have developed with the times. White shoes replaced black shoes for a while, white face masks replaced the standard gray. The stripe on the helmet was once thin, now it's thick. Smokey wasn't a mascot until the 50's, they removed the walking horse in the 70-80's. Socks were low, then knee high, and now low again. These changes have more to do with fads than tradition..Just a thought.
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