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Aggie hoops unveils 2020-2021 uniforms

Simple and clean, plus a unique third jersey. Love it.

It’s another November week without football, but at least Texas A&M basketball has given us something to focus on. The team opens up their 2020-2021 season next Sunday, and on Wednesday, they showed us the uniforms they’ll be wearing when they take the court this season.

The home and road uniforms have only minor tweaks, most notably, the two white stripes that ran down the side of the jersey and onto the shorts appear to be gone. Also they appear to be a heathered pattern instead of a solid white or maroon, though it likely won’t be very noticeable on the court. It’s a simple and clean look that mimic the direction the athletic department has taken with the football uniforms as well. No bevels on the numbers (though the bevel surprisingly remains on the “TEXAS A&M” wordmark on the chest.

But where things really get interesting is the third jersey...

A&M has worn several gray alternates in recent seasons, but this one is much darker than previous seasons, and has an even more pronounced heathered pattern than the home and road jerseys. They also opted for an enlarged TAM logo rather than the traditional wordmark across the chest. Not groundbreaking, but as far as alternates go, it’s not awful, and sometimes that’s all you can ask for.


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