Found March 29, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Bobby Petrino
Coaches like to shake things up when they arrive on campus, and they are always looking for a new way to attract recruits. Take Bobby Petrino at Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers new head ball coach is looking to entice potential WKU football players with a new helmet that is quite shiny. Petrino tweeted it out, because that’s where recruits spend a ton of time BLING BLING! Kids like these. Uniforms have become as much of the recruiting pitch as anything else. I am personally not a fan of these type of helmets, but I’m also sitting on my couch eating highly processed foods and not making a university any money. So there’s that. H/T Dr Saturday

Bobby Petrino tweets WKU's chrome helmets

After hiring Bobby Petrino this offseason, the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers were looking to make another splash.  Western Kentucky unveiled these new chrome helmets which actually look great.  No word on whether or not they will be changing their jerseys as well. [@CoachPetrinoWKU]

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