Kevin Wilson couldn't pick sides at the Indiana spring game

Kevin Wilson wanted to appear neutral at Indiana's Cream and Crimson game, so he got a custom pullover.

Spring games are silly. Your team both won and lost, since they were playing themselves, and that should make you very confused.

Indiana coach Kevin Wilson didn't want to show too much allegiance to either the Crimson team or the Cream team in Saturday's Indiana spring game, so he showed up rocking a two-toned pullover.

A quick photo search reveals that Wilson has, in past, worn both white pullovers and red pullovers. Did they literally just cut one of those things in half and sew it up with the other one? Because, man, Kevin, we really wouldn't have thought one way or the other if you had just worn the color that one of your teams was wearing. Either way, its a step up from South Carolina's spring game.

I only wish that he had gone with the candy-striped warmup pants the basketball team wears, or maybe this or this.

Shout-outs to Brady Quinn's sister.

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