College basketball isn't just about who can score the most points anymore. This game has evolved into one that doesn't base itself entirely in skill sets and abilities.
It's not just about rebounding, three-point shooting or dribbling. It is about fashion.
A whole new idea that has swept across the sport as the turn of the century took hold. Programs and their teams want to not only play the best, but look the best. Critics might call it feminine and weak, but supporters have taken this emerging trend to the next level.
The old, boring uniforms of the past have been discarded, only coming out on days when the crowd wants to see a "throwback". Trendy and stylish threads are now commonplace, making their mark nationwide.
Some programs, however, have moved this idea too far, too fast while others are lagging much too far behind. Things are too out of sync on the court as colors dominate the arena in bizarre ways, clashing in combinations that are just too out there for this time-period.
We take a look at the top 20 programs in college basketball that have taken things too far in their pursuit of the perfect uniform and need to go back to the drawing board.
If you look good, you feel good. And if you feel good, you play good. - Deion Sanders