For the second time in three seasons, Maryland will wear throwback uniforms that harken back to the 1980s.
Several Under Armour schools took to Twitter earlier this week to unveil throwback uniforms as part of the apparel company’s “School Heritage” line, which commemorates the 150th anniversary of college football’s first game. From Under Armour’s press release: Fans storming the field after the biggest upset win in school history.
The University of Maryland will pay homage to the teams of the 1980s with throwback uniforms that will be worn for the Terrapins’ homecoming game against Michigan on Nov. 2. The all-red throwback uniforms feature the iconic Script Terps, which adorned Maryland’s helmets from 1982-91 and 2001-2010. “I was raised
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The Maryland Terrapins, best known for cramming elements of their state flag into every possible corner of their uniform, are giving football fans a breath of fresh air this weekend. They’ll take to the field against Penn State this weekend wearing refreshingly simple throwbacks from 1961—a wink and a nod to the
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.