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In recent years, A&M’s decision to increase its wordmark across jerseys by nearly 200 percent from what was seen in the mid 2000s has helped the Aggies’ on-court appearance tremendously.

A&M also dropped striped armpits and collars in favor of futuristic piping, silver accents and honeycomb-fade shorts. The Aggies’ interlocking “ATM” graphic is seen on each of A&M’s uniform options — white, maroon and black and sublimated stars now appear on the shoulders of each following the three stripes’ 2012 redesign.

Against Kentucky in 2013, the Aggies participated in Adidas’ “Bleed-Out” uniform campaign and donned all-maroon threads in Lexington. With the only other uniform color — white — used as accents, the monochrome look was quickly discarded. Adidas also plans to incorporate more of A&M’s new “Lone Star” logo into basketball apparel looks in the coming years.

The three stripes brand has already gone full Nike Oregon-mode on the gridiron in College Station with a variety of black-maroon and silver-maroon uniforms.

One of A&M’s strangest looks on the hardwood came in the 1960s when the Aggies donned jerseys that included the “AGGIES” wordmark with a block “T” in the center separating the I from the G.