Camo, neon aren't college basketball fan favorites

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FILE - This March 16, 2013 file photo shows Louisville's Russ Smith (2), Gorgui Dieng (10) and Luke Hancock, center, celebrating with the team after their 78-61 win over Syracuse in an NCAA college basketball championship game at the Big East Conference tournament in New York. The neon-colored jerseys and camouflage-covered shorts debuted by six teams in their post-season conference championships ahead of the NCAA men's basketball tournament weren't well received in the press and social media. The changes happened to be in line with fashion runways and in recreational athleticwear, where highlighter brights and creative camo have been bona fide trends, and alternate uniforms have become part of the college football and basketball landscape, but on the court, these uniforms still made fans cringe. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, file)