Show off your school pride with these college football-inspired tuxedos

Tuxedos from ESPN and Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection." (Photo by Phil Ellsworth/ESPN Images)

The College Football Playoff Semifinals are just around the corner and ESPN is giving fans the opportunity to dress for the event in style by winning a specially-tailored, school-themed tuxedo.


Ten lucky fans will be able to win exclusive, college football tuxedos from Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection." The football formalwear was inspired by the unique colors and personalities of the competing playoff teams, Alabama, Clemson, Michigan State and Oklahoma. ESPN has included details about each individual tuxedo:

University of Alabama:

University of Alabama tuxedo, from ESPN and Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection."

A classic Alabama houndstooth tuxedo, expertly crafted from the finest wool around and stylishly paired with a signature Crimson tie.

Clemson University:

Clemson University tuxedo, from ESPN and Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection."

The tuxedo's classy orange blazer and tiger-print tie will make Clemson fans the number one seed of any New Year's Eve party.

Michigan State University:

Michigan State University tuxedo, from ESPN and Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection."

This sporty Spartan tuxedo features stylish epaulettes that will pair well with any Michigan State Spartan helmet.

University of Oklahoma:

University of Oklahoma tuxedo, from ESPN and Generation Tux's "New Year's Eve Collection."

This fine wool tuxedo features satin lapels, wagon wheel button and a suede vest for the most stylish of Sooners.

"New Year's Eve is one of the most festive occasions of the year -- and one that certainly calls for a tux," said George Zimmer, founder of Generation Tux and Men's Wearhouse. "With this collection, we're making sure guys can now choose to show off their team spirit in unprecedented style."

Fans from each school can enter to win at GenerationTux.com/ESPN before the playoff semifinals on Dec. 31. See the full schedule of college football bowl and playoff games.

Watch the Capital One Orange Bowl featuring Oklahoma and Clemson and the Goodyear Cotton Bowl featuring Michigan State and Alabama on Dec. 31 on ESPN.

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