Arkansas Football: Internet Reacts to Razorbacks' New Uniforms

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Arkansas Football: Internet Reacts to Razorbacks' New Uniforms

The images had been leaked for weeks, but on Wednesday, Arkansas' new uniforms became official.

Arkansas unveiled its new uniforms on Wednesday via a 15-minute Internet broadcast on its official website. 

The uniforms, which are designed by Nike, feature both red and white helmets that can both be worn with the new white, red or charcoal jerseys. The jerseys have the phrase "ring the bell" inside the back, which is a team motto for the Hogs in 2012 (and the fictional ESU Timberwolves from The Program).

The uniforms received mixed reviews from the Internet world. 

 

The Good

Photo Credit: The University of Arkasnas

The helmets seemed to draw the biggest praise. Nike updated the red helmet and also designed an alternate white helmet.

The new lids drew rave reviews from the folks at HawksIllustrated.com's message boards.

The Twitter world seemed to be equally impressed with the new helmets.

Tyler Moody (@moodymac14) shares his opinion.

Chris Yow (@ChrisYow14) is also a fan.

Bleacher Report's own Adam Kramer is impressed with the uniforms and thinks that Knile Davis may be a robot (via: KegsNEggsBlog.com).

The always-insightful Friends of the Program is a fan of the white jerseys, but is concerned about the location of Tyler Wilson and Knile Davis in this photo.

That is a valid question. Someone find out where Wilson and Davis are and get them back to campus.

Former Arkansas hoops star Blake Eddins likes the uniforms, but offers some sage advice to fans who don't.

 

The Bad

Internet savant @TheJuiceIsGood offers some advice to Nike on the helmets.

Justin Hokanson of AuburnSports.com brings up a legitimate question on Arkansas' new color scheme.

The imitable @BravesDiva opines that linebacker Tenarius Wright doesn't even like the charcoal jersey.

For a full slideshow of all of the images of the new uniform provided by Arkansas, click here.

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