Auburn’s new practice shorts are cut off pants

2012 Auburn Tigers Football Practice Shorts

These photos were taken by Auburn Sports, check out the full practice photo galleries here: Photos I, Photos II, Photos III

2012 Auburn Tigers Football Practice Shorts

2012 Auburn Tigers Football Practice Short Shorts

Auburn Tigers Football 2012 Practice Shorts

Auburn Football Shorts 2012 Practice

Auburn Tigers Football Shorts 2012 Fall Practice

Auburn Tigers Football Shorts 2012 Fall Practice

Auburn Tigers Football Shorts 2012 Fall Practice

Auburn Tigers Football Shorts 2012 Fall Practice

What do you think about their new style?

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  • I threw up a little in my mouth as I was LMAO!!

  • They look like a bunch of gay guys! Only Auburn would do something like this!

    • Whats so “gay” about that? And even so, what if they did look like a bunch of gay guys? You really sound like a pure homophobe from the backwoods of Alabama

  • uhhhhh, is that a camel-toe on #1?

  • I don’t know what the big deal is about. Back in the dark ages, when I started sports in HS, it was routine to cut off football pants for practice shorts when they got too nasty or messed up. We couldn’t do that with baseball on account of strawberries or getting gravel or sand embedded in our legs. But all of us reused whatever parts of our stuff that we could. We weren’t made of money.

  • I don’t know what all this fuss is about. When our uniform pants got wore out and stuff, we’d cut them up to make practice shorts. Most colleges and high schools back then did the same. Uniforms are expensive, and if you can get the last mile out of them, hey do it. I never did figure out what they did with the pant legs and stuff cut off. The shorts could last a few years, easy.

  • Back in high school and college, we’d cut the old uniforms into shorts, which I don’t think nobody ever called a gay thing. And the shorts lasted good. Never knew what happened to the legs, though.