Fashion Police: Oklahoma State’s Pistol Pete helmets were better than their performance
Guess who's back, back again? It's Fashion Police, helmet edition. We've got some good usage of helmets this week, though there's a bad usage of yellow. Let's get to it.
Oklahoma State: The white helmets and the black Pistol Pete was a fantastic look. It was the white and black version of Pat Patriot. OK, maybe that's not a direct comparison, but those helmets looked awesome. Much better than how the Cowboys played in their loss to West Virginia.
Virginia: The orange helmets that the Cavaliers wore against Pitt Saturday weren't new, but damn, did they look good too. Much like Oklahoma State, though, the helmets aren't going to be correlated with good performance. Virginia lost 14-3.
Arizona State: What do you think about these helmets? We could go either way. We're used to striking helmets from the Sun Devils these days, and these fit the bill. But we can't get too excited or disappointed about the maroon monsoon.
Cats out of the bag maroon monsoon pic.twitter.com/XJjX5rAJIQ
— SunDevilEquipment (@SunDevilEquip) September 29, 2013
Ohio State: Fashion Police has never been a fan of the alloy wheel look the Bucks broke out against Wisconsin. Maybe it's the black facemask and stripe trim? The uniforms didn't look bad, but Ohio State has such a classic look that any modifications to it look weird.
Oregon State: Fashion Police is also not a fan of the helmet stripe continuing onto the facemask of a helmet, but we do recognize that the striping on the Oregon State helmets do look like beaver teeth on the facemasks.
West Virginia: Yes, you won, but please don't bring back the bee look. West Virginia's yellow helmets look great with blue jersey tops, but not with matching jerseys and pants. That was too much yellow. Way too much.
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