PHOTO: Ohio State to debut new-look jersey for Penn State game
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - The Ohio State football team has worn an alternate uniform each season since 2009 and it will do so again in 2017.
The Buckeyes will reportedly wear gray jerseys in their Oct. 28 matchup against Penn State, per ElevenWarriors.com. The website tweeted a photo of the retail version on Monday.
From Eleven Warriors:
The uniforms will be on Nike's Vapor Untouchable template, which the team switched to for last year's 1916 throwback uniforms last season and has worn since the Fiesta Bowl.
The numbers have a sublimated design, though it's unclear at this time what exactly it is. Similarly, Florida unveiled an alternate uniform on Monday night with a sublimated gator skin pattern.
The team wore vertical scarlet and gray stripes in a victory over Nebraska in 2016 (see more photos here: http://bit.ly/2fX78vi) .
And the 2015 team broke out the all-black look against Penn State, a game which OSU won 38-10.
Nike outfitted both Ohio State and Oregon in the national championship game , January of 2015. The Buckeyes wore scarlet jerseys with gray stripes on the sleeves and black numbers on the shoulder pads.