Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

I can remember the quaint old days when it was Georgia doing stuff like that to prepare for an opponent.

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17 responses to “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

  1. Greg

    juice gonna run out bout halftime.

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  2. Greg

    the “gold” looks YELLOW to me:

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  3. AusDawg85

    Tech…is that you?

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  4. Mayor

    Fake juice!!

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  5. Cojones

    Nd, Tech, Mizzou…..how many, oh Lord, how many will we face ? The team we play that has symbol of gold for it’s initials doesn’t even wear one.

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  6. RangerRuss

    GO DOGS! Kirb stomp that yaller ass!

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  7. Down island way

    Teams want to look good against UGA……reality sets in, score board says they didn’t look good at all saturday, sunday morning memories says they didn’t look good, monday their coach says the team looked good at times, tuesday that team looks forward to playing any team other than UGA …..you have been KIRBSTOMPED……..GOOOOOOOO DAAWWWGGS!

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  8. Shewdawg

    I liken these trendy uniform gimmicks to Jim Donnan’s propensity to run a trick play early in the game. It says, “We don’t have enough to just line up and beat you so we’re grasping at anything we can to ‘get an edge’”. I know the kids like it, but it’s like an identity crisis.

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  9. Macallanlover

    Monochromatic unis, other than white suck for everyone that wears them. Glad we got that one horrible time out of our system. Hate Nike, and it goes way back.

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  10. Cpark58

    Isn’t any juice created by a uniform variation negated by an 11a local time kickoff?

    I think even the most unbiased Montanan will agree that of all the uniform change ups in the history of the game, UGA still holds the title for the best with the original blackout and it actually made a difference in that game. The identity of the team, the lack of precedence, the buildup, the fan base, the surprise, the opponent, the time of year, the time of game, the everything was perfect.

    Unfortunately, We also have strong entries for the worst ever with the surprise Gramblingesque-fake juice-Cocktail dresses we wore at Jax, the power ranger pajamas, and the overdone, and the fun killing attempts to recapture the original blackout magic.

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    • Macallanlover

      Thing was, that just looked great, wasn’t hokey at all. Best of all, it only involved our primary colors, and not just one of them. Should wear once a year at the request of our seniors.

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  11. Opelikadawg

    Cool uniforms don’t mean squat. If they did, Oregon would have the top recruiting class every year.

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  12. Bulldog Joe

    Fake juice on North Avenue, too.

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