Utah unveiled new alternate uniforms on Tuesday that are inspired by the USS Salt Lake City, a heavy cruiser that saw more combat than any other ship in the Pacific Fleet during World War II.
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.
In conjunction with Under Armour’s “School Heritage” line, the Utah football program shared a teaser photo and video on Tuesday afternoon of a throwback uniform that resembles what the Utes wore during the 1966-67 seasons. Although Utah went 9-12 over those two seasons, the decision surely has to do with
Utah State announced not only a new athletics logo, but a new set of football uniforms on 4-28-2012. They will have a three color set, with choices from Navy, White, and an extremely light grey. The new logo is featured on the white and on the blue helmets. The blue