This page contains the record of every uniform that Mississippi State's men's basketball team has worn in each season since 2009-2010.
Mississippi State returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2023 in its first year under Chris Jans, falling in a heartbreaker to Pittsburgh in a First Four game in Dayton, OH.
The Bulldogs wore the same four uniforms in the 2022-2023 season as they did in the previous season; the NCAA patch was worn on the right chest of the white jerseys for the First Four game vs Pittsburgh.
In Ben Howland's final season at Mississippi State, the Bulldogs failed to make the NCAA Tournament but made their second consecutive NIT appearance.
The Bulldogs had a brand new uniform set for the 2021-2022 season, featuring thick side panels, double stripes on the waistband and collar, and the Adidas logo front and center on the collar. New alternate black uniforms featured "STATE" on the chest; a one-off cream alternate uniform honoring Black Excellence also featured "STATE" on the chest, along with a magnolia-centered flower design.
After an up-and-down regular season, Mississippi State managed to sneak into the 2021 NIT and made the most of the opportunity, advancing to the NIT Championship Game for the first time in program history.
For the first time in 7 seasons, State did not introduce any new uniforms, and for the first time in a decade, they only wore three different uniforms over the course of the entire season. The white, maroon, and black uniforms from the previous season returned while the gray and cream uniforms were dropped. The only change was the addition of the "Stronger Together" patch to the back of the white jerseys.
In 2020, Mississippi State managed a top-4 finish in the SEC for the first time since the conference expanded and divisions were abolished. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the SEC Tournament and any other postseason tournaments to be canceled, ending the season prematurely.
Mississippi State had a new primary uniform design for the 2019-2020 season, featuring a rounded collar design, thicker collar and shoulder piping, and a thick contrasting stripe at the bottom of the shorts. The new design was worn in white, maroon, and black; the gray and cream uniforms from the previous season were retained without any changes.
Mississippi State made its return to the NCAA Tournament in 2019, making its first appearance since 2009. As a 5 seed, the Bulldogs fell victim to the 5/12 curse and lost to Liberty in the Round of 64.
Mississippi State's uniforms remained the same for the most part in 2019; there was one completely new uniform, the "Harlem" look, which was part of Adidas's "Celebrating Black Culture" uniform series. There were, however, tweaks to the shorts on four of the uniforms: on the white, maroon, and black shorts, the M-State logo replaced the Bulldog logo, and on the cream shorts, the player number was removed, reverting those uniforms back to their 15/16 and 16/17 design.
In 2018, Mississippi State returned to the postseason for the first time since 2012, reaching the NIT semifinals following wins over Maryland, Baylor, and Louisville.
The Bulldogs' primary uniforms from the 2016-17 season returned in 2017-18, along with the cream "State" throwbacks and "Iced Out" alternates. Two new uniforms were introduced: a gray uniform with a white wordmark/numbers and a new throwback uniform: white with a "State" script on the chest and "MSU" on the shorts. The script throwback was based on the uniforms worn from 1974-75 until 1976-77.
In 2017, the Bulldogs upgraded to a cleaner and more unique primary uniform design. The stripe design on the shorts featured thick stripes that form a ribbon shape at the bottom. The jersey, devoid of contrasting shoulders, were much cleaner than their predecessors. The cream throwbacks from 14-15 were retained, and a new Adidas "Iced Out" alternate was added. In the 2017 SEC Tournament, the Bulldogs once again wore Adidas "Made in March" uniforms, this time getting to wear both the white and maroon versions.
In Ben Howland's first season as head coach, the regular uniforms from the previous season were retained, but the cream throwbacks were altered to reflect the jersey design worn from 1960-65, most notably in the "Game of Change". In the 2016 SEC Tournament, Mississippi State wore special maroon Adidas "Made in March" uniforms.
In the Bulldogs' first season under Rick Ray, they got uniforms in a template similar that worn by most Adidas college basketball teams that season. Featuring a gradient design on the shorts, a "dog bone" pattern on the front shoulder, and thin piping on the side of the jersey, the biggest change with these uniforms was the presence of the "Mississippi State" banner logo on the chest. The Women's team had adopted the wordmark as soon as Adidas took over the Bulldogs' uniforms in 2009-10, but Stansbury had held it off of the Men's uniforms.
Just like in 2012, the Bulldogs had four different color uniforms, all following the same template: white, maroon, light gray, and black.
In Rick Stansbury's final season as head coach, the Bulldogs added gray alternate uniforms for the first time since the late 80s/early 90s. The design followed the same template as the Bulldogs' other three uniforms and was essentially just the black uniform with all of the black replaced with gray.
With Adidas taking over as Mississippi State's uniform supplier for all sports in the summer of 2009 (the basketball team already wore Adidas), the basketball jerseys had an updated chest lettering style. The "stacked" style remained, but the font was modified to match the university's new custom font. The jersey and shorts featured an odd striping pattern as well as the Adidas "three stripes" on the back of the collar.
Against Kentucky in 2010, the Bulldogs wore black uniforms for the first time in the modern era. Following the same template as the white and maroon uniforms, the black jerseys featured maroon numbers/lettering outlined in white.