TCU will be channeling its mascot with two of its new jerseys for the 2015 season.
Nike unveiled the Peach Bowl champs' new duds on Friday.
New TCU uniforms w/ sublimated horned frog skin pattern & "Give Em Hell" embroidered inside the neckline. pic.twitter.com/TjcJVwxteH— Heidi Burgett (@heidiburgett) April 11, 2015
The horned frog’s scaly body armor inspires the new sublimated pattern — a digital evolution of the program's existing lizard skin pattern. Covering the entire jersey, and extending through the pant, the motif embodies the fearless attitude that defines both the mascot and the team.
While the pattern may be sublimated, it's definitely not sublime. If we're being honest, the gray and purple uniforms are downright ugly. Here's what TCU wore at home in 2014. While we understand the reasoning for a unique redesign after a great season, they're a step down from the previous purple jerseys.
The white ones look great. The frog skin pattern on the trim is no big deal and doesn't really stand out. But when it's incorporated all over the jersey it simply doesn't work for us. Hopefully these look better on the field, but as of now we think the Horned Frogs are the early leader for worst new jersey of the year.
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