Louisville debuted its new "Uncaged Cardinal Primeknit" uniforms for Saturday's game against Auburn.
While the helmets were garish and the jerseys flashy, the names of the players were in old English lettering.
This seemed to perplex fans, which led to an unprecedented discussion of fonts among fans during a college football game.
louisville get the backs of those jerseys done at a mall kiosk? where else do you get your name on your clothes in olde english font?— El Flaco (@bomani_jones) September 5, 2015
Louisville's jersey font has their starting eleven looking like Sublime album liner notes— OLIVER 3STACKS (@edsbs) September 5, 2015
Who wore it better: Louisville or that time when Va Tech needed to write player names on Georgia Tech's warmups? pic.twitter.com/YM0SwLmLqX— Vico (@ourhonordefend) September 5, 2015
Louisville's uniform font makes me think the players are soaked in English Leather.— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) September 5, 2015
Louisville lookin like they asked one of the players' moms to sew the names on the jerseys at the last second pic.twitter.com/GIuUuY7lXR— SuperFanGameDayJesus (@SupermanTDJesus) September 5, 2015
Pretty sure a vampire chose that awful font on Louisville's jerseys.— Michael Lowe (@Lowecountry) September 5, 2015
Olde English Script for names on Louisville f'ball uniforms: Thou must joketh.— Eric Velasco (@eric_velasco) September 5, 2015
I wonder if at the end of games Louisville players can put their names on the back of the car windows.— Jeromey Balderrama (@jeromey) September 5, 2015
Me trying to read the names on the back of Louisville's jerseys. pic.twitter.com/0Xpe4fFUAw— Michelle Vallese (@michellevallese) September 5, 2015
Some were just wrong:
Louisville's name plate font choice is Times New Roman.— Dave (@grantbland) September 5, 2015
Is the font on Louisville's road uniforms Comic Sans?— THE Kyle E. Metivier (@kem312) September 5, 2015
And a select group liked them:
The bro tattoo font on Louisville jerseys is on point.— Bo hicks (@bohicks) September 5, 2015