LOOK: Arkansas uniforms draw praise, Ohio State comparisons
Arkansas debuted some alternate uniforms on Saturday in Arlington, Texas against Texas A&M.
They were a tribute to Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, who also play in AT&T Stadium where Saturday’s SEC game was played. Jones played for Arkansas and was a member of the 1964 national championship team.
The early reaction to the uniforms drew mostly comparisons to Ohio State, though one person even tweeted they resembled New Mexico.
Arkansas' "Dallas Cowboy" alternates are basically just Ohio State jerseys pic.twitter.com/zGMAJv1wkp
— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 23, 2017
Arkansas' uniforms are aesthetically good-looking, but….. they don't look like Arkansas.
— Nathan Deal (@NattyD13) September 23, 2017
Arkansas looking like Ohio state today with those uniforms.
— Tony Elmendorff (@TElmendorff3381) September 23, 2017
Arkansas needs to keep these uniforms.
— The Rodd Father (@zachroddenberry) September 23, 2017
Why is Arkansas wearing Ohio state's uniforms?
— Kevin Simonson (@Kelevader) September 23, 2017
— Lee Sterling (@paramountsports) September 23, 2017
Bold move for Arkansas to come out wearing Ohio State uniforms today against Texas A&M. Lets see if it pays off.
— Keith Brown (@KeithBrownPT) September 23, 2017