Today, in WTF are you thinking?

Who in the hell thought it was a good idea to put out college football cleats festooned with money emojis?  I kid you not.

Words fail me.

(h/t 81Dog)


Filed under General Idiocy

21 responses to “Today, in WTF are you thinking?

  1. 81Dog

    I bet Mcgarity would wear those to the SEC Players Ball. Pimpin’ ain’t easy, yo.


  2. 81Dog

    Does Louisville have a pair of those in a basketball style? STRAIGHT BALLIN’, you dig? The FBI AIN’T GOT NOTHIN’ ON ADIDAS!


  3. 81Dog

    Auburn is on the phone with Under Armour, demanding to one up these kicks, as we speak. “So, can we get a pair with HI Point 9mm and bales of weed emojis?”


  4. 81Dog

    Jeremy Pruitt is already telling recruits “wait until you see our custom made, UT exclusive Adidas grill mouthpieces. They even have a diamond in the front teef!” Let the keepin’ it real swag race begin!


  5. 81Dog

    Maybe, in Nebraska, these shoes are simply considered a tasteful homage to Warren Buffet.


  6. SemperFiDawg

    Just going where the culture takes them.


  7. Jared S.

    Marijuana leaf on the heel…. the shoes have it all.


  8. ApalachDawg

    Since when did Nebrasker go army pea green?


  9. Jared S.

    I’m glad we don’t go in for gimmicky uniforms.

    And on the rare occasion we go with an alternative uniform, they’re amazing.

    Think about it — our “fake juice” black uniforms are better looking than 90% of college teams’ regular every day unis. I love it.


    • Sanford222view

      I guess you have blocked out the “Power Ranger” and “Grambling” uniforms trotted out against Boise State and Florida respectively? Or the black pants under Donnan? I like the black jersey we used in 2007 but the others have been pretty bad.

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      • Russ

        Agreed. The only good thing about the Grambling uniforms we wore against Florida is that films of that ass beating look like Florida was actually playing Grambling. There was nothing good about those Power Ranger pajamas we played Boise in.

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      • Jared S.

        My comments only meant to apply to 2007 and after. I mean you’ve got to make a cut off somewhere.


  10. Mark

    Call me dense, but I fail to understand the problem. The kids all think, at least at first, that they are going to make it big in the NFL and cash in. And we certainly have plenty of advocates who read and comment on this blog (and one who writes it) who are in favor of paying the players. So why not money emojis on the shoes?

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  11. AusDawg85

    “Ok guys, huddle up. Here are your new cleats, designed to remind you it’s all about amateurism and not the money. Now get back to work while I take this call from Jimmy Sexton.”


  12. MGW

    They’re just for the coaches.


  13. Bulldog Joe

    The money appears to be flying away from the player.

    Anyway, its the booster cash delivered inside the shoe that’s important.

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  14. CB

    IDC those are badass cleats and I wish I had some lol.


  15. steve

    I’ll take your word for it, but it looks like strands of barbed wire to me.