Ohio State will wear another alternate jersey before the regular season ends.
The Buckeyes wore gray uniforms with a black helmet at home against Penn State last month. For the season finale against arch rival Michigan in Ann Arbor, OSU will go with an all-white combination.
Here’s what it looks like (compared to the usual road combination above):
That’s pretty sharp.
Ohio State teased the uniforms with a video on Sunday before Nike unveiled the full look Monday.
According to Nike, the Nov. 25 matchup with the Wolverines marks the first time OSU will wear a full white combination with both jersey and pants. The uniform features “gray accents and a metallic silver pattern” as well:
A chrome silver helmet channels that decades-old nickname. Stripes across the sleeves and down the pants are black and metallic silver, while player numbers are outlined in reflective silver. Scarlet — which represents excellence, passion and pride —covers the glove palms and cleats. A chrome red block O on the jeweled neck pad completes the look.
The team will also debut a new gray and red LeBron Soldier 11 football cleat. Via ESPN’s Darren Rovell, here’s what the cleats look like:
Rovell also tweeted out a few other looks at the uniform combination:
FIRST LOOK: New Ohio State uniforms for Michigan game, players will wear LeBron 11 Soldier cleats pic.twitter.com/VUBqmETRP3
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 13, 2017
Before the Buckeyes travel to Michigan, they will host Illinois on Saturday in the home finale. OSU (8-2, 6-1 Big Ten) beat Michigan State in a blowout over the weekend to seize control of the Big Ten East and keep its slim College Football Playoff hopes alive.
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