By John Ekdahl
Both are Under Armour outfitted schools. First up, South Carolina:
Under Armour and the University of South Carolina have partnered to design a new look for the Gamecocks for the 2013 football season.
In developing the new look, Under Armour focused on creating “something timeless that fits in with the power and tradition of SEC Football and linked specifically to South Carolina.”
According to Under Armour, “Coach Spurrier has established a tradition of excellence at South Carolina and we worked together to create a uniform that would be viewed in the same light and would instantly be known as the South Carolina design for years to come.”
Full gallery is available at this link.
Texas Tech also unveiled their new uniforms. VivaTheMatadors.com offered their thoughts on the changes.
The biggest news is that there is no gray or red in the uniforms, but I wouldn’t bet that this is it. Under Armour typically has a special uniform, so we know that’s going to be on it’s way at some point. I’d also add that the leaked jerseys from Red Raider Outfitters ended up being 100% accurate in terms of what the jerseys would look like and that leads me to think that this might also mean that the gray will be accurate as well.
Video of the event is available below.
Nevada unveiled their new uniforms on Friday night. Full gallery available at the link.
The Nevada football team unveiled its 2013 uniforms to the public on Friday night at the inaugural Football 101 for Women event hosted by Brian and Laura Polian.
The event, which featured informative talks by members of the Wolf Pack coaching staff and football clinics for the attendees, also included a fashion show by the players, showing the new uniforms.
The Wolf Pack now has six different uniform combinations with three different jerseys – navy, silver and white – to go along with both silver and white pants.