BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 01: Zach Maynard #15 of the University of California drops back to pass against the University of Nevada in the fourth quarter of an NCAA football game between the Nevada Wolf Pack and California Golden Bears at California Memorial Stadium on September 1, 2012 in Berkeley, California. Nevada won the game 31-24. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Avinash: White helmets at home. Whose idea was it to play in those things on Opening Day? Everytime we bring out those stormtrooper get-ups we predictably end up getting blasted in the face. The moment I walked up into the stadium and glimpsed those things I instantly recoiled, like Order 66 was about to be executed on all of us. And it kind of was.
I'm of the opinion that we should never play in them again, except maybe against Oregon in Eugene since we'll still look like a normal football team. What say you?
Yellow Fever: Those things didn't kill me, but they definitely weren't helping. Not as bad as Rutgers' all-black uniforms, for instance.
TwistNHook: I think that the white helmets look cool. We are 0-3 in them, so the more superstitious amongst us might make some negative correlations there. I doubt that the uniform dictates how the team plays. So, let's use them some more.
White helmets. What say you?
Yay! I mean it's not after Labor Day, so its A-OK (55 votes)
I struggle to form an opinion on this question (64 votes)
Nay! Let's never see these helmets ever again! (298 votes)
417 total votes