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College Football Uniform Watch for Week 10

Oct 31, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Cougars wide receiver Deontay Greenberry (3) argues for a penalty call against the South Florida Bulls during the first half at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
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Alex SimsCorrespondent IIINovember 1, 2013

Halloween is a fun time of the year when conventional rules of dress go out the window. For an entire extended weekend, costumes are acceptable pretty much anywhere.

This weekend, several college football teams are joining in on the fun, rolling out new alternate uniforms. North Texas, Troy and Houston started the trend Thursday. Oregon State in all orange will keep it going Friday and several teams will keep it going through Saturday, including Fresno State's blackout in the nightcap.

Come and check out which new uniforms to look for and others you might have missed through Week 10's holiday action.

 

Oregon State: All Orange Everything

Oregon State will host USC Friday night and the Beavers are staging an "orange out." As a result, they will wear orange-on-orange-on-orange uniforms. While that might sound repulsive, early images actually look pretty sharp.

Phil Hecken of Uni Watch tweeted images of the full uniforms, as well as close ups of the shiny helmets that feature bold black numbers on the sides and a smallish beaver logo on the back. OSU also tweeted a promo for the game, featuring the orange uniforms.

Tune in to ESPN2 at 9 p.m. ET on Friday to see the Beavers in all their orange glory against USC. Until then, check out a few more shots of the uniforms from Bleacher Report's Ken Chin.

 

Blackouts: Troy and Fresno State

Troy wore some interesting all-black uniforms Thursday night against Louisiana-Monroe. The Trojan football Twitter account released an image of the new threads and helmets shortly before their 49-37 loss to the Warhawks

Fresno State will also be blacking out Saturday night against Nevada, and the Bulldogs will hope their all-black bash will be more successful than the one staged by Troy.

Hecken, ESPN and Fresno all tweeted out shots of the uniforms and also some blackout fan apparel. The Bulldogs' new duds:

The Bulldogs will take on the Wolf Pack on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

 

Houston and North Texas Win in Halloween Alternates

Houston took down South Florida 35-23 Thursday night to move to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in American Athletic Conference play.

While the Cougars remained one of just two teams still undefeated in AAC play, they did so while sporting some new black and red threads. ESPN tweeted a picture of the uniforms earlier in the week that looked more orange than red. However, that wasn't the case on the field.

Oct 31, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Cougars running back Ryan Jackson (22) celebrates scoring a touchdown against the South Florida Bulls during the first half at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

Meanwhile, North Texas also rocked some new black threads with green helmets in a win. The Mean Green football Twitter account released a photo of the new jerseys and helmets Thursday.

They were a solid look on the field too, especially considering they brought UNT a 28-16 win over Rice.

Oct 31, 2013; Denton, TX, USA; North Texas Mean Green defensive back Zed Evans (1) and defensive back James Jones (13) celebrate the win over the Rice Owls at Apogee Stadium. The Mean Green defeated the Owls 28-16. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

  

Rutgers' Hurricane Sandy Relief Helmets

Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood tweeted a picture of a new helmet the Scarlet Knights will wear this weekend against Temple in honor of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy (h/t Matt Lombardi, CollegeSpun).

The helmets feature a small block "R" logo set on top of a black silhouette of New Jersey. The decal is set on a weathered sliver and black helmet.

These helmets look pretty good and the cause is even better.

 

Stars and Stripes

Hecken tweeted a pair of patriotic tributes that will be seen this weekend. Massachusetts will wear a stars-and-stripes decal on its helmet.

Check out more information on the tribute from Daniel Malone of MassLive.com.

He also forwarded a tweet from Rusty Burson of 12th Man Magazine, who has a couple shots of Texas A&M's new patriotic paint scheme at Kyle Field.

The Aggies will host UTEP on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2, while UMass will host Northern Illinois on Saturday at 12 p.m. ET.

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