Mississippi State Took A Shot At Ole Miss In Their New Baseball Warmups

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The Mississippi State baseball team received some horrible new warmup attire from Adidas. It’s simply an atrocity, but that’s not the big story here. Check out their new gear.

They’re horrible, right? There is no wordplay in the world that would somehow turn Starkville into a desirable destination.

Let’s focus a little more on those shitty connect-the-dots wording they have running rampant across the shirt. Look closely at the orange dots in particular.

“F–K THE SCHOOL UP NORTH.” You see it? There are no perfect pictures that present the phrase in its entirety. However, here is a quick edit that should help you put it all together.


Every set of orange dots across the entire shirt connect to create the same phrase, which is a blatant shot at their biggest rival, Ole Miss.

As the uniform blunder and blame game began to circulate among social media, Mississippi State’s Athletic Director quickly took to Twitter to issue an apology.

Adidas released a statement shortly after taking full responsibility.

From SB Nations:

“We apologize to Mississippi State, their student-athletes, fans and alumni for this error. The Bulldogs’ baselayer graphic today featured old artwork that was never presented to the university. This graphic does not reflect our brand values nor those of Mississippi State. We take full responsibility for this error and wish Mississippi State the best of luck during Super Bulldog Weekend.”

So Mississippi State was blindsided by the design? Riiiiiight. That claim is slightly more believeable than that time Hugh Freeze attempted to convince the world that the Ole Miss football team could read.

Editor’s Note: Bogey Wells is high as a fucking kite, because these are sick. Love them. Have to have one. Won’t sleep until I get one. Someone please send me one. I’m serious. – Dorn

[via SB Nation]

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