The new gray jerseys aren't very popular with OSU fans.
Last week, Ohio State announced it would be wearing gray alternate jerseys for this weekend's matchup against Penn State, and today, Eleven Warriors released a full look at the jerseys.
The gray color scheme is supposed to represent uhhhh wolves and fur or something, per Eleven Warriors:
A source close to the Ohio State football program has told Eleven Warriors the pattern in the numbers plays off of the "Land of the Wolves" mentality the team had prior to the 2016 season. It is supposed to replicate fur.
Anyway, here's the jersey:
According to Eleven Warriors, the helmets and pants will also be gray, and it's safe to say most Buckeye fans hate everything about the new look:
But at least one person rationalized the bland uniforms: