Top 10 Mountaineers Football Uniform Combinations

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More and more these days, college football revolves around uniforms and interesting (and some times ridiculous) uniform combinations.

The growing trend for ever increasing uniform combinations has not been ignored in Morgantown. Since the 2008 season in which the Mountaineers opted for newer Nike uniforms, West Virignia has added gold jerseys as well as gray jerseys, pants, and helmets (three variants).

On any given Saturday, the Mountaineers can suit up in one of any 1,000+ uniform combinations.

While WVU could line up in any of those combinations, not all of them would look good (such as gray helmets with blue jerseys and yellow pants). These are the ten best that the Mountaineershave donned in recent years.

Sep 1, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Stedman Bailey (3) catches a pass for a touchdown as Marshall Thundering Herd defensive back Keith Baxter (8) defends in the first quarter at Milan Puskar Stadium. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

10. Blue Helmets, Blue Jerseys, White Pants

Last Time Worn: September 1, 2012 vs Marshall

Game Result: WVU defeats Marshall 69-34

Reasoning: The white pants with blue jersey and helmet is a refreshing take on the classic gold and blue look that West Virginia is known for.

This look is not one of my favorites by any means, but it is a good look for an early season non-conference game. The white pants look really sharp in the September sun, especially the gold stripe, accented with blue.

Overall, a good look for the Mountaineers, but not better than the next 9 combinations.

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  • a grand father

    I like the Gold Jersey, gold pants, and blue helmets. I’d like to see a gold helmet to go along with the gold pants and jersey.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ken.durbin.925 Ken Durbin

      I would not be surprised at all if Oliver Luck ponied up the money to get some gold helmets. That would certainly be a wild look that would draw in some recruits.