I wouldn’t mind if Saban mixed in some alternate unis. It’s tradition to wear white at home since the 50’s. But we also wore gold jerseys, in addition to purple, in the 20’s, 30’s, & 40’s. It shouldn’t be a sin to wear gold once in a while. No more than one game every year or two. I think it’s be cool to mix in an all-white combo – helmet, jersey, pants. In my recollection our alternative unis of the nineties were as follows: Kentucky 95 Road (L) – gold helmets, white jerseys/with stripes, purple pants/no stripes – NEVER AGAIN Vanderbilt 96 Home (W) – gold helmets, shiny gold jerseys/no stripes, white pants/no stripes - NUMBERS WERE WHITE W/ NO OUTLINE & IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE Notre Dame 97 I bowl (W) – white helmets, shiny gold jerseys/no stripes, white pants/with stripes - I THOUGHT THIS LOOK WAS PRETTY COOL. Florida 98 Road (L) – gold helmets, dull gold jerseys/no stripes, white pants/stripes - SHARPEST ALTERNATIVE LOOK IMO, BUT KEEP THE SHOULDER STRIPES, NUMBERS WERE OUTLINED IN PURPLE AND EASY TO READ Now a separate issue. We are about the only team in the country that wears white shoes. Saban made that change from the DiNardo regime in year 1. I don’t mind it. It’s very NFL. Black shoes might look cooler. What are your thoughts?