New Yale Football Uniforms Unveiled at under Amour Event

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New Yale Football Uniforms Unveiled at under Amour Event


Malafronte, Chip, New Haven Register (New Haven, CT)


NEW HAVEN » Even Under Armour understands you don't mess with tradition.

The apparel giant, famous for radical design changes at Maryland and a other major college programs, unveiled the new Yale football uniforms on Thursday night in New York as part of a public relations event celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the company's entry into college football.

And, aside from the ubiquitous Under Armour logo under the neck and just below the belt, they don't look much different at all.

Yale begins its 145th season of football this fall. Its uniforms have remained essentially unchanged in the modern era.

In the early days of the program until 1946, Yale wore blue shirts with yellowish pants the color of a manila envelope. There was an eight-year stretch with white pants. Coach Jordan Olivar reinstituted the yellow pants -- more mustard than the previous manila -- from 1954 through 1958.

But since 1959, aside from a handful of occasions, its worn blue jerseys and white pants for home games; white jerseys and white pants on the road.

Small details, like striping on pants and logos on sleeves, have been the lone variables over the years.

Stability will remain despite Under Armour's penchant for innovation. …

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