Things are getting very tense right now with the National Championship just on the horizon, so here is my best attempt at finishing this in a somewhat timely manner. Now going to the best conference in the nation on the field, at least.
The Tigers have a great combination of navy blue and white helmets. The orange accents along the numbers and the pants add a very nice touch, and the interlocking logo is very neat.
There is a huge dropoff here from Auburn to the rest of the SEC, it starts with the Tide. These are classic uniforms and only become noticeable considering the historic success of Alabama.
The Tigers are one of the few teams in college football to wear white at home, along with Georgia Tech. The stripes along the shoulders are the best part of this uniform. The helmet could use some work and creativity.
4. Ole Miss
My favorite version of the Rebels’ uniforms come with their red home alternates. They are very nifty. Also, the primary road uniforms are stellar.
There’s nothing too special about these uniforms, but someone has to be ranked among this countdown. The Wildcats are a pretty solid blue most of the time, and blue is a good color.
I usually really like orange, but the orange the Volunteers go with see a little too creamiscle-like to me. I do however, like the white helmets and the large T on the helmets.
One cool feature of this uniform is how small the Razorback is on the helmet. It works.
The star with the small V inside it is all right. The general color scheme of gold and black is a good idea but they go with an all-black look too often.
The Gamecocks have a cool combination of maroon and white, but it is very difficult to tell what is going on in a complicated logo when it is so small on the helmet. There’s a lot more going on there than with Arkansas.
The logo is basically the same as the Packers. Plus, I had to subtract many points for their debacle against Boise State to begin this season.
The Gators along the helmets are kinda bland. I always found it a little odd.
Too plain, plus the logo is nothing to get too excited about.