Coming to a field near you?
Today we are unveiling part 3 of our 5 part series showcasing alternate college football jersey designs inspired by the marching band uniforms from the Power 5 conferences schools.
As bands continue to grow in size and popularity, thanks to social media, fans and players themselves are becoming closer with their band more than ever before. The band truly is the team’s best friend whether the team realizes this or not. They bust their butts to perform at pregame and halftime each week, they drive the energy of the stadium creating incredible home field advantages for their schools and they support their team in victory and defeat no matter what.
Here at CollegeMarching.com, we asked our designer and Pride of West Virginia alumnus, James O’Hara (follow him on twitter @YesJamesIsAsian), to think about how a football team could show their appreciation for their band through their uniform. The designs are nearly direct reflections of the band uniforms in a football uniform form from each school. Throughout the season we will continue to unveil more conferences as they are completed.
The order for this week is as follows:
Sunday: Big 12 (click the links to see the previous designs)
Monday: Pac 12
Share so all college band and football fans can enjoy!
Today we are excited to release the B1G (Big Ten) and Notre Dame edition of our alternate football jersey’s inspired by the marching band uniforms. We included Notre Dame here because as an independent we felt they fit best with the Big Ten Band’s style. Here they are in the following order: Iowa, Northwestern, Rutgers, Purdue, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Maryland, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, Penn State, Michigan State, Michigan and finally Notre Dame.
** Due to a copyright conflict that we are currently looking into and because we respect intellectual property we have decided to temporarily take down the images of our designs. Check back soon for updates**