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Does Ohio State Have Country's Best Uniforms?

Buckeyes Now on FanNation 2/2/2023 Matt Galatzan
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The Ohio State Buckeyes have the country's top uniform combination, according to one college football expert.

The Ohio State Buckeyes are without a doubt one of the most historic programs in college football history sitting second all-time in wins with 953, to go along with eight national championships and 39 Big 10 titles.

However, the Buckeyes are also quite famous for another reason - their slick uniforms, which to some are unrivaled across the country.

And according to 247Sports, the Buckeyes' scarlet and gray are the epitomai of college football aesthetic, even above their arch-rival Michigan Wolverines, who came in at No. 2.

Said 247's Brad Crawford: 

Another nod to tradition, Ohio State's silver helmets with the black, white and scarlet stripe and leaf decals is top-shelf. Buckeyes fans have gotten used to Nike's uniform takeover of the Michigan game in recent years with a plethora of alternate uniforms saved for the biggest contest of the season. Ohio State's traditional scarlet and gray is a delight, but the recent infatuation with Nike's envelope-pushing secondary options in Columbus keeps viewers guessing on game days against nationally-ranked opponents. That strange all-black get up in 2015 versus Penn State reappeared a couple seasons ago against Nebraska, but fans are split on the look. One of the Buckeyes' most daring alternates in the past decade was an all-gray getup which featured a wolf-fur pattern on the helmet, numerals and cleats.

Other teams in 247's top 10 were Michigan at No. 2, LSU at No. 3, Texas at No. 4, Penn State at No. 5, Notre Dame at No. 6, TCU at No. 7, Oregon at No. 8, Georgia at No. 9, and Alabama at No. 10.

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