With the season (mostly) over, it's time for our annual retrospecticus in uniforms. We'll do this alphabetically, one at a time. But since Boston College is still playing (pending its bowl date), we'll start with Brown, which went 4-6 overall, 3-4 in the Ivy League.
The good: Brown added a classy road uniform to match its classy home uniform. The white pants are a nice touch, and look better with the white jersey than silver pants would have.
The bad: Here's a quickie quiz: Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, Brown, Harvard. Which of these Ivy League schools is not like the other? The answer is Princeton: All five teams have black jerseys in their arsenal, but Princeton's the only one that actually has black has an official team color. This season , Brown became the latest Ivy team to make an unneeded fade to black with it new alternate uniform. And since black and brown are so similar, it's hard to tell which is which. Plus, you're called Brown: Wear those brown unis with pride!
We'll move on to Central Connecticut later in the week.
More unis from the sons of Bruno: 2015, 2014, 2012-13, 2004-08, 2001-03, 1997-2000, 1984-89, 1981-83, 1978, 1975-77, 1973-74, 1972, 1967-71, 1957-58, 1951-56.