Red Turf, Blue Balls, Pink Balls And Other Disturbing Sports Color Choices

Mike DojcCorrespondent IJanuary 13, 2011

Red Turf, Blue Balls, Pink Balls And Other Disturbing Sports Color Choices

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    Okay, it's not exactly a trend yet but now there are two teams with freaky-deeky red turf football fields. 

    Canyon High School in New Braunfels, Texas are the latest to join the, "And you will know us by our raging red turf" crowd.  

    First out of the gate with the fire red gridiron scheme was FCS Champs Eastern Washington (they beat Delaware 20-19 in a squeaker to secure the title).  

    Inexplicably they didn't rename their teams the Bloody Eagles.

Blue Balls

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    Blue balls just don't, um, feel right. They feel downright painful.

Yellow on Yellow

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    There's mellow yellow, there's Bruce Lee's yellow jump-suit yellow (which also worked well for Uma Thurman in the Kill Bill flicks) and then there's this ensemble of puke-yellow.

The Bucs' Don Juan Helmet Look

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    A winking pirate (Bucco Bruce) with a sword in his mouth, the Buccaneers' helmet logo from '76-96.

Paula Creamer and Her Pink Balls

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    Okay so theyre easy to FindStuart Franklin/Getty Images

    Okay fine, Paula Creamer can pull it off.

Steelerettes: Early 60s

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    Maybe this is why the Pittsburgh Steelers don't have cheerleaders anymore, the original color scheme back in the early '60s wasn't exactly fetching.

Oregon Basketball Hardwood at Matthew Knight Arena

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    This bizarro hardwood kinda looks like they cracked an egg in the middle of it.