For the second time in three seasons, Maryland will wear throwback uniforms that harken back to the 1980s.
We’ve seen our fair share of Patriotic uniforms in sports lately, from MLB’s holiday uniforms to the NFL dressing up in camo, and even in college football, teams have taken to wearing the Stars & Stripes (and some have even gotten in a bit of trouble for it). However, nobody
The Maryland Terrapins, along with Under Armor, unveiled their new “Maryland Pride” football uniforms last night at an event in Baltimore. The highlight of the new set is the helmet, which features Maryland’s incredibly complex (but still, one of the best) state flag with a rippling effect to create the
The Maryland Terrapins, continuing their drive to be the ‘Oregon of the East’ have announced yet another special uniform, this time in ‘Black Ops’ fashion for their upcoming game against Florida State. While the name is pure hokum, the new look seems to be comparatively clean and tasteful. Though, compared to some uniforms this
OK, let us get all of the facts straight. On November 9th, the Maryland Terrapins will play the Kentucky Wildcats at Barclay Arena in Brooklyn. Maryland has announced that to honor the “sports history of Brooklyn” they will have a one-game “wool-look” grey uniform that is intended to look
UnderArmour calls them the “WhiteOps” uniforms. Maryland adds them to their litany of uniform options. Maryland announced on its’ official Twitter account that they will wear white helmets, jerseys, cleats, and pants against the West Virginia in Morgantown on the 22nd of September. White, silver, grey, with a touch of Maryland’s red.