Notre Dame is a program with one of the richest traditions in college football. They’ve been playing football in South Bend since 1887, and they’ve been doing things a certain way since then.
The Fighting Irish are all about jerseys that don’t have last names on the back, plain gold helmets with no designs, and simple uniforms with minimal color schemes. Until now.
It appears as if during the race to make the most gaudy uniforms possible — a field in which Nike and Under Armour have been leading the way — adidas didn’t want to be left out. So they created the “Shamrock Series” that Notre Dame will wear for its October game against Miami. Here are more photos of the uniforms:
While it’s true that Notre Dame has dabbled in the new-look glove and helmet business recently, nothing has been as outlandish as this. They’re truly taking a walk on the wild side, and I can’t say I’m a fan.Google+
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