Since offensive linemen aren’t permitted to wear an eligible receiver’s number, Cushenberry will wear No. ), you’ll love the new one that Mizzou is rolling out this year: South Carolina is outfitted by Under Armour, so by now you know what that means: a new throwback alternate. It probably also needs something else to make it look less template-y and more “Illinois”, but again — not bad as it stands. If you’re a big fan of league anniversaries, then 2019 is the year you’ve been waiting for.

Social media reacts to Florida football's COVID outbreak, Desmond Howard believes Nick Saban will be on the sidelines this Saturday, Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. They’re bringing it back—but this time it’s yellow with black wings instead of the other way around, and the pants are yellow as well. Tua Tagovailoa trolls Georgia ahead of UGA vs Alabama game, Watch: Georgia football drops Alabama trailer, Nick Saban posts third negative COVID test, cleared to coach Georgia vs Alabama game, College Gameday crew picks winner of UGA vs Alabama game, How to watch, listen and stream Georgia vs Alabama, Georgia senior LB Monty Rice a game-time decision for Alabama game. Too bad they’re sticking with the Diamond Plate helmet logo, but hey, one thing at a time (additional info here): Last season Kent State introduced a new gray uniform with “FlashFAST” printed on the sides of the pants. Michigan State's alternate uniform, teased by the Spartans back in April, is now a thing that exists in real life, not just digital renditions or concept art. After the recent death of former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen, there was some talk that current UK signal-caller Terry Wilson might wear Lorenzen’s No.

Here’s everything you need to know for Georgia Tech’s Homecoming match-up with Clemson! I think it’ll work just fine.

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We’ve talked about Minnesota’s uniforms a few times before in this column, but you know, they routinely put out some very solid stuff — there’s really not that many ways you can combine gold and maroon and make it look awful (well, except when you mix them with gray). More of a faux-back than a true throwback, it’ll be worn for the Oct. 5 homecoming game against Purdue (additional info here): The Boilermakers haven't announced anything new for their on-field look this season, but the Ross-Ade Stadium concourse is now emblazoned with a new logo: College football's whole 150th-anniversary thing is based on a game played at Rutgers in 1869.

The new alternate uniform that’s been created for the occasion is supposed to be some sort of camouflage pattern, but looks more like something that got left out in the rain: The Pitt athletic department has undergone a university-wide redesign. They’re revisiting the famous Doug Flutie “Hail Mary” game with a 1984 design: The Eagles will wear this uniform on Nov. 23, when they’re on the road at Notre Dame.

Some are true throwbacks, while others are just faux-backs (i.e., not based on any particular uniform from the team’s past), but all of them should give this season more of a nostalgic flavor. pattern on the collar and underside of the jersey — it all screams Wild, Wild West and is very on brand for the Cowboys.
However, I wish there was some sort of design or stripe on the pant-legs — even a simple navy stripe would look great. No visuals or details yet, but a team spokesman says New Mexico State will be unveiling a new uniform during the week leading up to the Sept. 21 game against New Mexico.

Here’s hoping more schools start building pages like these to accompany their uniform unveilings.

It will be worn for the Oct. 12 game against Rutgers (additional photos here).

(The slogan, devised by coach Sean Lewis, stands for the Golden Flashes being “Fun, Accountable, Smart, and Tough.”) The team’s white uniform has now been revamped to match the style of the gray design: This uniform will make its on-field debut on Aug. 29, when Kent State opens the season at Arizona State.

Martin Center for Technology and Disability. Blackout uniforms are soooo 2009, but that isn’t stopping Boise State from debuting a new blackout design for the Sept. 20 game against Air Force (additional info here): CSU helmets will be missing their familiar ram horns for the homecoming game against San Diego State on Oct. 5, when the team will celebrate the university’s 150th anniversary by wearing a new white helmet with conventional side logos (additional info here): In addition, two of CSU’s popular alternate uniforms will be back on the field this season.

Small victories, folks. It remains to be seen if this will actually happen, but it will have no impact on the 2019 uniforms. - Page 35

In the Wildcats’ case, it’s a rather uninspired design that feels very retro-by-numbers, which they’ll wear on Sept. 28 against Wisconsin: In addition, Northwestern has a new version of its “Gothic” alternate. Yeah, probably.

In Cincy’s case, it’s solid-red: No photos yet, but ECU equipment director Steve Hinrichs says the Pirates will have a new matte black helmet and a new black-and-gray uniform. The good news is that Wake Forest has returned to the basics with an admirably straightforward uniform. — UGA Football Equip (@UGAFBEquipment) June 20, 2019 Teams also will have the option of a helmet decal. Among other features, the yard line markers now match the number font on the jerseys: Oregon State’s new look features very bold, wide striping across the shoulders and wood grain-themed uni numbers: Stanford is taking an unusual approach to the CFB150 patch. No details yet on that—stay tuned. Uni Watch's annual college football preview details all of the uniform changes, design updates and visual tweaks for the 2019 season. It looks great on the football team’s jerseys and pants and even better on the helmet, where that old-school Pitt script really pops: Speaking of the helmet, the obligatory fine-print warning decal is now shaped like the state of Pennsylvania—a nice touch: While we’re at it, the Pitt marching band has new uniforms as well (additional photos and info here): Good news out of upstate New York, where Syracuse has gone back to the basics.
Meanwhile: This will be UConn’s final season in the American Athletic conference, as the school will be moving to the Big East next season. The field surface has changed from grass to artificial turf, and the design includes new Carolina blue end zones (additional info here, and lots of additional photos here): NC State will have a military appreciation promotion for the Oct. 10 game against Syracuse. Please note: I am no trained uniform connoisseur; I call them like I see them. Tack on a matte helmet (with a 3D “TAKE ME HOME, COUNTRY ROADS” bumper on the back, no less) and matching footwear, and now you’re cooking with gas. Most FBS schools will be wearing it all season long as a jersey patch (the handful of exceptions are noted in the team-by-team rundown that follows), usually on the upper-right chest, although a few schools have it at upper-left. Uniform quality? Instead, captains are choosing our uniforms on a week-to-week basis regardless of the theme.”. Akshay Eye for the Uniform Guy: 2019 Week 1, GAMETHREAD: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Clemson Tigers, [NSFW] Post-Game Thread: Clemson 73, Tech 7, Georgia Tech Football 2020 - Q&A: Clemson. Stay tuned.

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is a registered trademark of ABG-SI LLC. But Tennessee has opted to put it on the other side: In addition to wearing the CFB150 jersey patch, Texas A&M will celebrate 125 years of Aggies football with a rear-helmet decal: Vanderbilt has a new gray alternate uniform, which is being called “Battle Ready”: See all those rivets in the helmet design? Or to put it another way, yikes! First, the helmets will carry a “200 Years” decal on the back: In addition, there is a new bicentennial uni design, which features a retro-styled helmet logo inspired by one of the team’s earliest uniforms.