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Without further ado, the Archive (latest update Feb. 12; full Archive can be found here):
The Fanucci/Wolfe/Greene Suit Rick Pitino, coach, Louisville Classification: All-white coaching attire Spotted: Feb. 9 vs. Georgetown Notes: As part of the Cards' "White Out" promotion, Pitino wore this getup -- but ditched it at halftime, claiming it was a casualty of a spilled soda. With its coach back in black, the 'Ville pulled off a comeback win.
Pimpin'eer Bob Huggins, coach, West Virginia Classification: Yellow suit Spotted: Jan. 30 vs. Cincinnati Notes: Huggs went all-out for his first coaching appearance against his former employer, sporting this crazy suit and matching shoes. He didn't get the desired result on the floor, however: WVU was blown out 62-39.
Sweater Vested Pat Knight, coach, Texas Tech Classification: O'Reilly Auto Parts Coachingwear Spotted: Feb. 9 at Nebraska Notes: Pat's ascension to the Red Raiders' head job moves the sweater vest, an increasingly rare sideline style, back into the forefront. The Son of Bob is well on his way to becoming the Jim Tressel of college basketball.
Thinking Pink Essence Carson, 6-0 guard, Sr., Rutgers Classification: Spotted: Feb. 11 at Tennessee Notes: Carson and the Scarlet Knights wore pink uniforms -- and even pink Nikes -- for their narrow loss to the Volunteers. It was part of a "Think Pink" campaign that's aimed at promoting breast cancer awareness.
The Air Gordon Tee Eric Gordon, 6-4 guard, Fr., Indiana Classification: Baggy undershirt Spotted: Feb. 10 at Ohio State Notes: The Hoosiers' influx of t-shirt-wearing rookies -- Gordon, Jamarcus Ellis and Jordan Crawford -- caused senior star D.J. White to cut off his sleeves. This oversized look has become Gordon's trademark.