Peyton Siva Models New Adidas Whiteout Uniforms

Nick Stover, the University of Louisville social media director uploaded this photo earlier this afternoon with Peyton Siva modeling the Adidas all white uniforms for Saturday’s game against Marquette.

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These are slightly different than the photo that Adidas had released earlier this week. Still pretty sharp looking though, in my opinion.

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Nick Coffey is the creator and lead publisher for TheCardinalConnect.com. Along with covering Louisville basketball, football and recruiting, Nick has worked in sports talk radio for over three years.

10 comments

  1. UGLY… Nick, didn’t the NCAA change the rules to allow wearing their away uniforms at home? (smidge off topic)

  2. Is this uniform going to keep him out of foul trouble?

  3. These look sick. Is there any way I could go about purchasing one of these?

  4. Terrible, they should worry a little more about playing the way they are capable of and not the uniforms, my opinion they should go back to the LaBradford Smith era uniforms….

  5. I don’t know why you all are hating on the jerseys, i think they look good.. Maybe this is something we need.. Last year those infra red jerseys gave us momentum, so hopefully these will too.

  6. Chad you mean ORANGE! LOL

  7. They called them the infra red jerseys and they looked pinkish red.

  8. I kno what they called them…..ORANGE

  9. I like the new jerseys and hopefully they make a run like last year n they would still be #1 if Luke Hancock was not on the team he is awful he could play d-2 easy but is not a d-1 player even at louisville

  10. These uniforms are sick. Best one they have worn so far this season

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