Marshall football has made some adjustments to its uniform combinations, and has some new looks set for the 2017 season.
Marshall had made changes to its white jerseys, primarily a road look.
The team is also adding in black pants to the uniform rotation, opening up a number of cool combination options.
The Thundering Herd have one of college football's more unique color schemes with the black, green, and white, and will have even more ways to utilize it this fall.
Coach Doc Holliday tweeted out a cool video showing off the new looks earlier in the week.
Marshall's equipment room put together of a graphic revealing some of the looks that we may see this fall.
Athletics director of equipment services Zach Littleton discussed some of the new changes with The Herald-Dispatch:
The major changes to the uniform for 2017 include the addition of black pants with a green "M" on them to the uniform rotation and changes to the Herd's white uniform, that is primarily worn on the road. Marshall was due to get a new set of game pants for the 2017 season, but as Littleton and (head football equipment manager Brian) Gallagher checked out the team's white pants, they were still in good shape, which made the addition of black pants feasible.
"I think the black pants really make that kelly green look sharp," Littleton said. "I'm excited to see all the different options on the field next year with the black pants because I could see us wearing all three with the black pants at some point and I think it will be three of the favorite combinations for the fans."
Marshall has looked sharp for a while, and these new options don't hurt.