North Carolina A&T has a long, storied basketball history. They have a combined 21 basketball titles between the CIAA and the MEAC. Throughout the years, they’ve worn a myriad of fashions. Check it out.

The 1941 Aggies sported A and T on the front of their jerseys, underneath their numbers.

Like many programs, the Aggies went with a look similar to what the Clippers wear every now and then these days back in the early 50s.

Later in the 50s, A&T returned to a traditional tank. 

In the 60s, the Aggies switched to a script font.

 A&T went big in the early 70s.

Later in the 70s, A&T adopted this Marquette-like, number-over-the-name jersey.

In keeping with the times, things got a little more conservative in the 80s. 

TBT: A&T Hoops Jerseys
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