The Kansas Jayhawks will represent the United States in this summer’s World University Games in South Korea. We, as Americans, always want to be represented by the best. And to be the best, you have to look the best.
Bill Self’s squad is certainly doing a fine job of that after revealing the jerseys for this year’s event.
In photos shared by College Spun, fans get their first look at the Jayhawks’ jerseys for the Games this year and they definitely do the US some justice. Someone did a good job of picking a team that already had the patriotic colors on their jerseys.
Here is a first look at KU's uniforms for the World University Games. pic.twitter.com/JDNP4AdX49
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The Jayhawks didn’t have to change much on their jerseys for the Games. The team’s color scheme already matches the American flag’s, but it is the tiny details that pushes the jerseys over the top. The small stars at the top of the the ribcage and on the back of the jersey really scream ‘Merica.
The Jayhawks will represent our country well over in Asia, I just want to know where I can buy one of these before the Fourth of July next weekend.
*Featured Photo (above) credit to Twitter