It's hard to remember a time when Oregon was one of the few teams in college football that was making noise with its constant uniform changes.
Even back in 2007, we thought the Ducks' tire-tread uniforms were extreme. Now, Oregon can run out in grey, black and chrome uniforms, and we take it as the norm.
Since the uniform explosion began a few years ago, more and more teams have decided that adding extra garments is necessary. For some schools, uniform changes are becoming a weekly happening of Duck-esque proportions.
Greys, blacks, extra helmets, facemasks and even various helmet decals are making the integrity of an identity moot. No longer are teams known for having great, transcending uniforms. Now, you are behind as a program if you aren't walking out in something new, week-in-and-week-out.
For Oregon, this practice is authentic. It is, in fact, what makes Oregon Oregon. But, for other schools, the practice is becoming nothing more than an annoyance.
Here are the most guilty offenders when it comes to taking uniform changes too far.