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The Uniform Power Ranking Zoomcast

Nate, Will, Chris O, Steve Bench, and Auggie discuss TDS’ Top Ten Uniforms of the decade.

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Welcome to the penultimate post on TDS’ uniform power rankings; the players review! QBs Steven Bench and Chris Oladokun, and all-time leading tackler LB Auggie Sanchez join Nathan Bond and former equipment manager Will Kennedy to discuss the TDS top ten and what they enjoyed wearing the most.

If you missed any of the previous parts, you can find them below:

Part One: #53 to #44 (average rating between 1.0 and 4.0)

Part Two: #43 to #35 (average rating between 4.0 and 5.0)

Part Three: #34 to #23 (average rating between 5.0 and 6.5)

Part Four: #22 to #11 (average rating between 6.5 and 8.0)

Part Five: #10-#1 (average rating between 8.0 and 10.0)

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0:00: We count down the top ten uniform combos of the decade as graded by our panel.

27:55: Nate asks Chris about his time at USF and what made him consider transferring and Auggie talks about the coaching change going into his senior year.

38:14: Nate asks Auggie about his time at FSU with Willie Taggart.

40:16: Nate asks Chris about his recruiting process; both in high school and in the transfer portal. He also asks how it’s like going into his senior year at Samford during a pandemic.

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