Cal reveals new Golden Bears logo, football uniforms for 2013


The Golden Bears will have a new look in 2013 in all sports, thanks to an overhaul from Nike.

Cal unveiled a new set of uniforms from Nike for football, basketball and other sports on Wednesday. Also, in addition to the standard Cal script logo, which appears on the new helmets, there's a new secondary logo, which can be seen peeking through the numbers in the jersey above, via Cal, the Pac-12 and Nike:


Here's how it looks on the new football uniform's shoulders:


And the yellow alternate:


The two logos together:


See the new basketball and volleyball uniforms here.

The news broke about the new uniforms back in December, when Cal athletic director Sandy Barbour said on twitter that a new look was coming before 2013. The University released a series of videos during the spring, where several famous alums gave their reactions to the new look. Marshawn Lynch's video is predictably awesome.

This comes just after Oregon State likewise revealed a new logo, making for a sixth of the Pac-12 overhauling its look in a single offseason.

The Golden Bears had used their previous set of uniforms since 2008.

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