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Without further ado, the Archive (latest update Jan. 21; full Archive can be found here):
Natty Nebraska Steve Harley, 5-11 guard, Jr., Nebraska Classification: Massive Dreadlocks Spotted: Jan. 12 vs. Kansas Notes: Harley, a juco All-America last season at South Plains College, brought some flavor with him to Lincoln. His overwhelming hirsuteness makes up for the fact that the Huskers' best player, center Aleks Maric, has no hair.
Thick-Hawk Omar Samhan, 6-11 center, Soph., St. Mary's Classification: Mohawk Variation Spotted: Jan. 5 at Texas Notes: The raggedy haircut Sahman sports in his St. Mary's bio makes him look like a metal-band roadie. This ultra-thick mohawk is more appropriate for the court, where he's been averaging 11.6 points and 7.1 rebounds per game.
All-Blacks N.C. State Wolfpack Classification: Team-wide black socks Spotted: Jan. 12 at North Carolina Notes: With an 0-2 record in the ACC, the Wolfpack aren't exactly reviving the Fab Five in terms of quality basketball -- but they are delivering an ode to the old Michigan teams by wearing all-black socks with their black kicks.
Mr. Untucked DeAndre Jordan, 7-0 center, Fr., Texas A&M Classification: Dense beard Spotted: Jan. 12 vs. Colorado Notes: Jordan has the nation's best field-goal percentage at 75.3, but there are two things he doesn't do well: shoot free throws (he hits only 36.1 percent) and keep his jersey tucked in. It's always out ... and it looks awful.
Shoulder U Miami Hurricanes Classification: Additional jersey logo Spotted: Jan. 12 vs. Georgia Tech Notes: The iconic "U" logo isn't just for football helmets. During their 14-1 run to start this season, the 'Canes have worn it on the left shoulder of their Nike jerseys, opposite the requisite U.S. flag on the right shoulder.