The Michigan Wolverines program is all about tradition, but who says a little tweak here and there hurts all that much? Last season the Wolverines football team went completely traditional, donning there normal uniforms for all 13 games in 2013.
However, that won’t be the case in 2014 as the team unveiled new alternate uniforms on Friday night.
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) August 9, 2014
The theme is rather obvious…a lot of the blue and less of the maize. Gone are the traditional maize-colored pants, replaced in this case with more of the navy-blue color. What is really different is the color scheme used on the numbers.
While yellow is still the main feature, every number also has little navy slashes in it. To me it looks a little like the numbers are trying to be reflective.
Additionally the team will wear new yellow Adidas shoes.
So, when will we see the uniforms in action? According to a reveal video it will the October 11 matchup against Penn State.
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