TCU has undoubtedly the hottest uniforms in the Big 12.
The Big 12 has some of the best and most unique uniforms in all of college football.
Some schools like TCU and Oklahoma State have seemingly new uniforms every game and are big users of the Nike Pro Combat series. Other schools like Texas and Oklahoma stick to its roots and have had virtually the same jerseys throughout the program's history.
However, this ranking does not give the edge to newer style of uniforms over the older styles. In fact, some of the best schools on this ranking rock the classic style of jerseys on Saturdays.
Of the 10 teams in the conference, eight are sponsored by Nike, one by Adidas and one by Under Armour.
With that, here's the power rankings of the Big 12's football uniforms.
The Cyclones' jerseys are overly plain with its design, and the yellow pants aren't too aesthetically pleasing.
With hideous yellow pants, a plain jersey design and the primary color being red, an overly used color in college football, the Iowa State Cyclones' jerseys are the worst looking in the conference.
The yellow pants are simply atrocious. Not only is the yellow not a quality yellow like Oregon uses, but it has two widely spaced out red stripes down the pants that simply make the jersey look too plain.
The red jerseys are okay at best, but the white uniforms in Ames look especially bad after a game, where the dirt has made an ugly jersey even worse.
The Jayhawks had perhaps the worst ever black jerseys in college football history .
The Kansas Jayhawks' normal uniforms aren't anything special to write home about. Plain blue jerseys with a helmet that doesn't stand out is average at best. The white road uniforms and red alternates aren't that much better.
But where Adidas and Kansas really went wrong was against Iowa State last season, where they rocked arguably the worst black jerseys ever worn by a college football team.
Usually, black jerseys are well received and give a team the look of a group of assassins. But the all-black jerseys and pants, with literally no blue or red to be found, were awful. They looked like practice jerseys.
Plus, the Jayhawks wore blue socks, blue shoes and a white helmet with the blacks.
Try again, Adidas.
To whoever designed these jerseys: Gray doesn't go with yellow.
The uniforms rocked in Morgantown could be so much better than they are.
For starters, the Mountaineers rely too much on the yellow, similar to the Iowa State Cyclones. If the blue was the main color more times and yellow was used more of a tint, the Mountaineers would be higher on this list.
Secondly, Nike and West Virginia tried to dish out some new-school looks by giving the Mountaineers some gray helmets and gray pants.
But the Mountaineers wore yellow jerseys with them, completely ruining what were very cool helmets.
The all-gray uniforms are actually pretty cool, but they don't wear them nearly enough.
The home uniforms for the Wildcats are plain but cool. But the whites aren't that good.
A lot of what goes into the uniforms at Kansas State has to do with head coach Bill Snyder.
Snyder is an old-school coach who only lets his team wear two sets of uniforms and doesn't like Nike providing new-age stuff.
Nevertheless, the home purple jerseys for the Wildcats are pretty sleek. The gray helmet, the Powercat logo, plus the matching gray pants are a good look.
Where the Wildcats don't look good is outside of Manhattan, when they have to wear their whites. The gray helmets and pants with white jerseys don't look all that hot.
Nobody would ever trade what Snyder means to the program for some cooler jerseys. But, if Snyder or whoever eventually succeeds him allows Nike to do to Kansas State what they do for TCU, the Wildcats could potentially have some of the coolest jerseys in the conference.
Texas Tech has a lot of uniform combinations, and they're all pretty sleek.
Sponsor: Under Armour
As the only Under Armour school in the conference, the Baltimore-based company makes sure the Red Raiders are taken care of in Lubbock, Texas.
With multiple red tops plus sleek black and white jerseys, the Red Raiders know how to look sexy on the field.
Last year's game between the Red Raiders and the Texas Longhorns saw Texas Tech wear some brand new uniforms from UA that looked extremely cool.
Also, unlike the Kansas Jayhawks, the Red Raiders know how to go all-black.
In 2013, the Red Raiders could be donning a healthy assortment of helmets that could propel the Red Raiders to the top three of this list.
The Oklahoma Sooners have a very solid classic look in the Big 12.
There's not too much originality or assortment to the jerseys worn in Norman, Oklahoma.
But nevertheless, there's no doubting the fact that if nothing else, the jerseys worn by the Oklahoma Sooners are an intimidating classic look.
The Sooners go with red tops and white bottoms at home, then go white-on-white on the road. Both are simple yet effective.
The "OU" logo is a classic as well, and the helmet that rocks the logo always has a certain shine to it.
The all-black jerseys in Waco are among the sickest in the Big 12.
Besides TCU, no team rocks black better in the Big 12 than the Baylor Bears. Against Oklahoma State (No. 3 on this list) last year, the Bears outdid the Cowboys both on the scoreboard and in style as well with the all-black look plus the gold helmets.
The green jerseys are pretty slick as well. However, they contrast a little too much when they're worn with gold pants. Green jerseys with white pants is the better way to go.
Another sick look that Baylor has is all-white tinted with green. All-white generally doesn't turn too many heads, but the Bears find a way to do it.
The Cowboys have a wide variety of uniforms to choose from, including these great all-black ones.
One thing that ultimate-booster Boone Pickens has done in Stillwater is made the Cowboys look better.
Nike provides some of the coolest uniforms in all of college football to Oklahoma State. The look usually comes down to how the team's primary color, orange, is utilized. In the all-black uniforms plus the orange tops, the orange is very attractive.
However, against Baylor last season, the Cowboys looked awful in gray helmets, white jerseys and orange pants.
Still, the Cowboys have sick uniforms with nearly endless variations. The all-blacks, all-whites, and orange tops are generally the best.
The classic burnt orange uniforms in Austin are the best classic jerseys in the Big 12.
No school in the entire conference has a more classic look then the Texas Longhorns. They only rock two sets of uniforms, wearing burnt orange at home and white on the road.
Yet, there's something about that burnt orange that makes the Longhorns' jerseys look so sexy.
The Longhorns' logo is a classic one, and the jersey looks particularly sick with the team name, "Texas," emblazoned on the front.
The home jerseys are definitely better than the all-whites on the road. But the all-whites are sick nonetheless.
Nike supplies TCU with the best uniforms in the Big 12.
Hands down, TCU has the coolest jerseys in the Big 12. And it's not even close.
The Horned Frogs feature purple as its main school color. But Nike makes sure to not overwhelm fans with the purple. The helmets usually have a tinted purple that looks incredible either in the sun or under lights.
TCU also routinely rocks black jerseys that, when tinted with the purple, look unbelievable.
The pants are also a strength in Fort Worth. Whether they're purple, gray or even white, the Horned Frogs always make sure that the pants perfectly complement the helmets and jerseys.
Finally, the logo for TCU is a killer. Who would ever think that someone out there could make a frog look like a legitimately intimidating mascot? That logo is what puts TCU head and shoulders above the rest of the conference.