Saturday Fashion Police is back for another week and we've got another poor use of chrome on helmets. Yes, we're looking at you Indiana. But we're going to be positive for a brief moment before we get to all the negativity.
West Virginia: Love the contrasting colors look when pants match the color of the helmet and West Virginia did well with its combo of yellow helmets and pants and navy blue jerseys. Texas A&M's white helmets aren't new, but they get honorable mention being paired with the maroon jerseys and white pants.
Indiana: This usage of chrome isn't at the horrifying Zubaz levels of Miami, Ohio, but the candy cane effect looked wonky in the bright sunlight. Maybe these get a passing grade with cloudcover, but not Saturday.
Oregon: The highlighter look isn't new either, and we're accustomed to craziness from Oregon. But when contrasted with the orange pants of Tennessee, it made for one bright viewing experience.
Black: Let's start with Kentucky. The look of the black with blue pants didn't make for much contrast and the blue arms weren't a good touch. By themselves, Nebraska's black jerseys weren't atrocious, but the stenciling for both the number and names was. After the domination that UCLA put on the Cornhuskers in the second half, we likely won't be seeing these jerseys again.