Ohio State will be wearing black jerseys against Penn State on Oct. 17. We've known that for a while - it was originally reported by Eleven Warriors and has since been confirmed by multiple people, including the mother of a Buckeye player.
Until tonight, we'd yet to see a photo of the actual jerseys. There was a T-shirt jersey that reportedly resembled the jersey that was going to be worn. There was also a grainy photo of a black jersey that appeared on Urban Meyer's desk.
According to Andrew Lind, a reporter for the Tidewater News and a uniform connoisseur, this is Ohio State's black jersey. Eleven Warriors has since confirmed his report.
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Eleven Warriors has more details:
The jerseys will have scarlet numbers with gray borders, along with white-scarlet-white sleeves. A scarlet Nike swoosh will also be on the left front chest plate of the uniform, in the same position of the chrome swoosh on the kit Ohio State wore in the 2014 College Football Playoff. The same style of numbers on the front and back of the jerseys will also appear on the shoulders of the new uniform.
Do you approve, Buckeye fans?