Their blue chrome helmets are also a nice touch, and again like Oklahoma State, the Broncos have an array of alternative color options.
One of the unwritten sins of college football uniforms can, at times, be going black for black's sake. The red-and-white shoulder stripes are a nice touch, while the red chrome helmets are the kicker.
With black and scarlet being the San Diego State colors, the Aztecs don't have that to worry about. The team's white jerseys are a good look as well and feature red-and-black stripes on the shoulders.
The "Sooners" emblazoned on the chest always look great.
Oklahoma recently added a new set of alternates that feature a cream tone, and the occasions when the Sooners break them out adds an edge. The Virginia Tech Hokies have a wide array of jersey options from orange, maroon, white and even black, and they all complement each other.
The alternates from military-themed games and other events are always hits as well.
Nike has undoubtedly become the juggernaut of college football apparel.
From schools such as Oregon, Nike's guinea pig for new-age gear, to Texas, where the brand has maintained a strong sense to tradition while still advancing the technology of the uniform itself, Nike jerseys routinely trend on social media and captivate audiences.
Let's check out Nike's top 10 uniforms in college football.
As Oklahoma State has risen to contender status in the Big 12 under Mike Gundy, so too has the Cowboys' style.
Last year, the Cowboys sported orange chrome helmets that were an instant hit.
The team's black jersey and orange pants were also a perfect combination.
Oklahoma State also rocks a good array of white, orange and gray tops and bottoms, making the versatility of the team's uniforms appealing.
Like Oklahoma State, Boise State—among the best Group of Five teams in terms of their uniforms' aesthetics—rock the color orange beautifully.