Go, You Silver Britches Vintage Georgia Football Tee
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When Wally Butts was named head football coach in 1939, he changed the uniform by adding silver-colored pants to the bright red jersey already in use. The "silver britches" became very popular, and were a source of multiple fan chants and sign references over the years, the most well-known being "Go, You Silver Britches." When he was hired in 1964, coach Vince Dooley changed Georgia's uniform to incorporate white pants, but reinstated the silver pants prior to Georgia's 1980 National Championship season, forever cementing their legacy in team history.
*Our tees have an athletic fit, so if you are unsure of your size, we recommend opting for a larger size.
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Heather: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
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