Missouri is moving into the SEC next season and it plans on doing it in style.
The Tigers unveiled new Nike uniforms not only for football, but also men's and women's basketball, volleyball and soccer during the annual Black & Gold spring game Saturday.
"The University of Missouri brand is one that stands for pride, integrity, social responsibility and hard work but until now, our visual identity has been inconsistent across various sports," Don Barnes, director of equipment operations, said in the release by the school. "With Nike's help we have been able to develop brand guidelines that honor our traditions and also reinforce consistency across all athletics. It was important to keep the Tiger at the forefront while creating consistency across our colors, fonts and numbering and we take great pride in unveiling the first five teams today that embody these important changes."
Missouri fans have been waiting for this unveiling for quite some time and it doesn't seem like they're disappointed. Missouri has done away with the "Block M" and embraced the Tiger logo. I think the helmet with the gold uniform is the best of the trio.
Now Missouri just hopes it looks good while winning and not losing in its new league.
You can check out a slew of pictures and an unveiling video at MUTigers.com.
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