Thursday, October 22, 2009


According to an Associated Press report, Maryland will wear honor those who have served in the military by wearing uniforms featuring camouflage designs for its Nov. 14 game against Virginia Tech at Byrd Stadium.
The move will serve to promote the Wounded Warrior Project, which provides services and programs for injured military men and women.

According to a press release: "The teams will take the field in black and desert camouflage uniforms featuring the Wounded Warrior Project logo. The uniforms will also have a unique twist; a core value embellishment -- Duty, Honor, Courage, Commitment, Integrity, Country, and Service -- will replace the players' last name on the back of each jersey."

The uniforms will be created by Under Armour which, last we checked, was the major stockholder in University of Maryland Football, Inc.

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