In conjunction with Under Armour and the Wounded Warrior Project, the University of Maryland football squad wore camouflage-style jerseys for the November 20, 2010 battle against Florida State at Byrd Stadium. Here are (3) from that day! The black mesh/dazzle cloth blend pullover garments feature twill identifiers with camouflage numerals and “values” (rather than surnames) atop the back. Includes: A.J. Francis: #96, “SERVICE”; Danny O’Brien: #5, “COUNTRY”; and Zachariah Kerr: #69, “HONOR.” More on our website.
The Terrapins had recently signed with Under Armour, a most appropriate coupling, as Under Armour founder Kevin Plank is a former special teams captain for the Terrapins. The black mesh pullover jerseys feature camouflage dazzle cloth panels on the sides and shoulders, red-on-camouflage twill numerals on the front and back, with black twill numerals (with embroidered red outlines) on the shoulders. An Under Armour trademark logo is embroidered to the left breast of each, while each right breast is home to an “ACC” logo patch. Additionally, each has an American flag patch on the left sleeve and a “Wounded Warrior Project” logo patch on the right sleeve. On each vented left front tail, a Maryland state flag-themed label denotes “Designed and Engineered for Maryland Football.” Accompanying are size flap tags. All show appropriate single-game wear.
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