Notre Dame unveiled its alternate uniform for the Shamrock Series game against Wisconsin on Sept. 25.
After two seasons as the title sponsor of the annual bowl game held at Chase Field in Phoenix, Cheez-It announced on Wednesday morning a multi-year partnership with Florida Citrus Group to be the new sponsor of one of the two postseason games at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. “Cheez-It is
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.
As a way to commemorate the 150th anniversary of college football’s first game, Under Armour on Tuesday afternoon released throwback uniforms for several of its marquee programs that references a key moment in team history. “We saw an opportunity to celebrate both the 150 years of college football and our
As we have seen with the unveiling of various alternate uniforms and tweaking of their away jerseys, even a tradition-laden blueblood such as Notre Dame is not immune to the craziness that is the current scene of college football uniforms. Although they’ve saved most of the craziness for their Shamrock
Notre Dame has taken to wearing a special uniform in one game a season, and calling it their Shamrock Series. We have covered it in full in the past. This years’ edition is another departure, though this time not as severe as last. The Irish will be wearing a gold
Former University of Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti may have summed it up best when speaking to me about the power of a highly noticeable uniform: “The people who are complaining about (alternate uniforms) haven’t worn a jersey in 30 to 40 years, or haven’t worn one at all.” Say
Notre Dame has partially scrapped the golden domes on their helmets. Or exactly 1/3rd which is now navy blue. The Irish announced their Shamrock Series uniforms for their game in Chicago against Navy. The good news is, its for one game only. The bad news is, its almost 100%
The Notre Dame equipment manager tweeted a photo of the Ireland flag-inspired cleats that the team will be wearing for their game against Navy in Dublin for the 2012 season opener. Is this a fitting tribute or tacky?