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Uniform roundup: It's throwback weekend in college football

The theme of this week's uniform roundup is throwbacks, but we'll start with this: Georgia Tech's previously announced "Superhero" uniforms to honor the patients of the Children's Hospital of Atlanta.

Like any superhero outfit, they come cape-equipped.

Moving on to throwbacks, Toledo will wear throwbacks honoring its 1969 undefeated team at home against Western Michigan. Florida will dress like the Steve Spurrier-era Gators against Auburn.

Ole Miss will don throwbacks from the Chucky Mullins era, honoring a former Rebel who suffered a traumatic spine injury during a 1989 Rebels game and died from the injuries sustained that day in 1991.

Penn State celebrates homecoming against Purdue, and will do so wearing throwbacks that honor a number of different eras of Nittany Lions football.

Kansas State will trade their silver lids for white. The Wildcats did this in 2016 and 2017, but this time they're actually pairing them with white pants, a much better look than white-purple-silver as they wore on the past.

Speaking of occasional, largely unnecessary alternates, Ohio State will once again be in all black against Michigan State on Saturday night.

Finally, Oregon will break out camo green jerseys between yellow helmets and pants for their home game with Cal on Saturday.

Which look is your favorite?