The “Northwestern Stripe” is famous and prevalent across all manners of football and even sport. It originated in 1928 on the sleeves of the Northwestern football jerseys. (Yes, kids, football jerseys used to actually have sleeves.) Many years, the football team the started the stripes didn’t sport them. That will
When the Wolverines take the field in Arlington Texas, in the supersized Cowboys Stadium to take on Alabama in their opening game. They will be wearing special jerseys. Seen above, the traditional white is now shoulder-capped with maize, which in pinstriped in blue. The block M is in navy
Three different jerseys, three different pants, and three different helmets assure the Eagles will look different each game for the foreseeable future. Adidas provided EMU with the new uniform choices for use during the 2012-2013 season. Green, white, and grey are the colors of each of the three selections,
Georgia Tech has a long history of tradition in their football team. From the oldest on-campus stadium in NCAA Division I-A, to being coached by John Heisman, to 3 or 6 National Championships, depending on whose selections you count. Over the past few years, however, their uniforms have been
Rumors on the internet are like grains of sand on a beach, but when they have to do with sports uniforms, we track them down. There has been substantial buzz about the Illinois football team potentially having new uniforms in 2012 or possibly the year after.
On May 1st, Rutgers University of New Jersey announced its new uniforms for the 2012 season. Three separate sets of jerseys, pants, and helmets were shown in a press release. The hallmark of this new uniform is the new helmet. Moving away from their previous red helmet, they showed a
Missouri‘s athletic department officially announced that 5 of their sports will wear new uniforms for the 2012 season, via their twitter feed on April 14th. Shown were new unis for men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, volleyball, and football.