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ETBU unveils new uniforms and locker room

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When first year East Texas Baptist head coach Joshua Eargle had time to check out his budget, he wanted to see what he could do to leave a mark on the program and get the team excited for the changes.  One thing Eargle said was an opportunity he couldn't pass up: updating the team's locker room.  

One of his Division I coaching friends was re-doing their locker room and Eargle asked if they could buy their lockers and got them for a great deal.  The ETBU coaching staff then channeled their inner carpenters for the next month and half to turn the facility into a Division I caliber locker room.

Eargle also found room in his budget to update the Tigers' uniforms.  It's a very classic look with solid blue on blue and white on white.  But the flash comes from the new and improved tiger design on the helmet and their gloves that feature the same emblem.

The players say they love the new look and Eargle has noticed how excited the team is about these changes, but also the upcoming season.  Eargle said these improvements to the program are great recruiting tools in the future.

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