New Georgia football uniforms and logo only slightly different

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The Dawgs will still wear the red jerseys and silver britches, but Nike made some small updates to the school's uniforms.

Nike unveiled an update for the University of Georgia's uniforms and logos on Tuesday, and debuted a new secondary logo and modified letter and number fonts.

Compared to past Nike uniform updates, the changes are relatively minor, but it continues a trend of "unified" uniform schemes, which Nike also did for the Oregon State update. The font is a bit more stylized and sharp-looking than the previous version, and the numbers have gone from a traditional block style to a more rounded style, except on the road whites:


Georgia's traditional uniforms are considered by many to be one of the finer sets in college athletics, and this update probably won't change a lot of minds on that. The school has not been shy about changing things up in the past, including a set of poorly received Pro Combat uniforms, as well as a "blackout" uniform they wore during during a rather unpleasant 2008 loss to Alabama.

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