CSU unveils 'State Pride' uniforms and people are losing it

They're the state pride uniforms with the Colorado blue and white - but there's no green on there!

FORT COLLINS - When the Colorado State Rams take on Number 11-ranked Boise State in November, they won't have a single bit of green on their uniforms. 

And it's on purpose. 

For the Nov. 11 game, Colorado State University (in partnership with Under Armour), have come up with 'State Pride' uniforms which feature the Colorado flag and its signature colors of red, blue and yellow.

The jerseys and pants will be mostly white, while the players' helmets will sport the red and gold "C" recognizable on the state flag. 

According to Colorado State:

"The royal blue stripes of the flag run along the center of the helmet from front to back, and down the outside of each pant leg. Jersey numbers are royal with red trim, and the words "Colorado State" appear in royal above the number on the front of the jersey."

What do you think - do you love the new look? Or do you think the team should tear the new unis... asunder?

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People on Twitter seemed really excited about the Colorado-flag laden jerseys. 

Because this is America, you may also purchase some of this gear at various places around CSU's campus and at Dick's Sporting Goods. 

See photos of the uniforms here.

More details here

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