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For you guys that love the black unI's

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Five out of eight home games will be black..second half of season....for the fashion guru's on here.

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Black? Or black on black?

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They would be better without the blue socks.

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Could be just the black jerseys with the silver pants...who knows....for the ladies..black boxers with silver striping

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Ha..had to get one thread in to stir the pot

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