When it comes to college football, the SEC is the class of the nation. Taking home the last six BCS National Championships, the conference seems unbeatable on the gridiron heading into the 2012 season.
On the fashion side of things, however, one might be surprised to find that the Southeastern Conference is actually one of the most stylish in the country. Last year, multiple programs brought in new uniforms including LSU, Kentucky and Georgia, putting the league on the forefront of the industry.
With the addition of both Texas A&M and Missouri to the SEC this upcoming season, the conference has built upon its storied ranks with two solid programs. The Tigers are bringing in some classy new threads to the league, while the Aggies look to stay timeless with their traditional maroon and white.
In the college football fashion industry, the battle between "old-fashioned classic" and "modern" rages on with both sides refusing to concede in the slightest. The SEC has both types of universities in its ranks, allowing for a mixing of styles like nowhere else in the country.
As many SEC universities finish up their spring practices while others rumble on through April, we take a look at their uniforms and rank them from worst to first.
Each ranking is of my own opinion. I am no "king" of the fashion world and, therefore, will most likely be considered wrong by a majority of any who read this. I hope you understand my plight and express your opinions openly about my SEC uniform rankings.