Okay, we’re a little late to the party on VT’s “Hokie Tracks” whiteout helmets, but we figured we’d settle the issue with the definitive poll.
In case you’ve been under a rock, Virginia Tech will wear special white helmets for their annual “Whiteout” game, as they usually do. However, this year, instead of an old school VT logo, the Hokies are going with something, er, different: turkey tracks on the helmet.
Pictured to the right is a mini-helmet version, on sale at CampusEmporium.com. (That’s right, I slipped in the sponsor promo — click here to order, baby.)
The helmets got a LOT of play on the Interwebs, including VT players tweeting about them. (Scroll down to the bottom of this entry for a link to a video from the ACC Digital Network, and fastforward to the 1:30 point to hear what cousins Logan Thomas and Zack McCray had to say about the helmets on Twitter.)
Before we link to the video, however, here’s your chance to tell us what you think: good, bad, or indifferent? Register your vote, and as always, comments are welcome at the bottom. (Just keep it clean, haha.)
Done voting? Click here to check out the video from the ACC Digital Network (fast-forward to the 1:30 point.)