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Found January 03, 2013 on NESN.com:

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Nike is doing everything it can to give Alabama the edge over Notre Dame for the BCS title game.

Bama will be sporting a brand new uniform for the biggest game of the college football season, and Nike is pegging it as its “most innovative uniform system.”

The “new” uniform is called the Nike Pro Combat Hypercool Uniform and looks eerily similar to the classic white on white Crimson Tide uni. According to Nike, the fabric has been upgraded with such features as “Nike Chain Maille Mesh” and its Nike Pro Combat Hypercool Speed Top features “Nike Dri-Fit fabrication.”

In other words, the new uniforms look and probably feel really awesome.

Click here to check out a photo gallery of Bama’s BCS uniforms>>

Photo via Nike

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