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Adidas reveals March Madness team uniforms

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March Madness is nearly upon us and as some schools battle to secure their place in the season finale, Adidas has revealed their specially designed uniforms for the tournament.

As usual the sports apparel company has created new uniforms for some of the traditional powerhouses of college basketball - and they are a marked improvement on last year's horror show.

In total 10 program's will sport the new look during March including Kansas, UCLA, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Nebraska who have all been given fairly safe takes on their traditional colors.

But the most notable new jersey is to be worn by Baylor.

Their players will take on the opposition with 'Sic 'Em Bears' written across their chests - their longtime slogan.

Other notable features include sleeves for Baylor, Louisville and Cincinnati.

According to the official release the Made in March collection sees:

"Baylor will wear army green as homage to the school's strong military history, while UCLA dons navy blue and gold inspired by the Los Angeles night skyline,"... sure.

We have to say they all look fairly smart and it seems Adidas have taken the advice of fans who were quick to criticise their previous efforts.

What do you think? Any particular favorites?

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