Texas A&M looks to capture it's first basketball conference title in 30 years when they take on Vanderbilt on Saturday, and they'll do so in new uniforms from Adidas.
The most noticeable feature of the new uniform is "AGGIES" written across the chest rather than "TEXAS A&M," but there are several other smaller differences. The jersey is not white, but a light gray, similar to the postseason uniforms the Aggies wore in 2015. The arm holes also feature a two-tones maroon and white trim. On the shorts, the solid maroon stripe across the top of the shorts now two smaller stripes, with a subtle star pattern between them. In addition, the TAM logo on the shorts has been reduced in size and the trim on the bottom of the shorts is also two-toned (maroon and white).
The uniform, which will also have a maroon version, is a part of Adidas' "Made in March" series, which includes redesigned uniforms for Arizona State, Kansas, Indiana, Miami, Mississippi State, NC State, Nebraska and UCLA.
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Introducing the 2016 #MadeInMarch uniform collection. pic.twitter.com/Sh5uuaiZxN
The Aggies will wear these uniforms throughout the rest of the season, including the SEC and NCAA tournaments. Get there early on Saturday