(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist There's a very good reason why coaches on NFL and college football sidelines this weekend are dressed exactly like the guys down at your car wash - or maybe it's the other way around.
There are actually 250 million or so rea$ons in the case of the NFL, and who knows how many more for college football teams, since most programs get to negotiate their own licensed apparel deal. It wasn't always like that, of course.
There are hats on the heads of more than half the coaches pictured in both halls of fame, as well as sports coats, ties and even the occasional bow tie completing the look. Some looked so distinct - Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys and Alabama coach Paul ''Bear'' Bryant come to mind - that even decades later, you could identify them just by seeing their profiles.
Not the current guys, though.
''Tommy thought it was important to look business-like, yet he would be the first one to tell you clothes don't win games,'...