Terps, Gamecocks Will Wear Camo To Honor Vets
Oct. 20, 2009
NEW YORK (AP) - The South Carolina and Maryland football teams will wear uniforms with camouflage designs for their games on Nov. 14, two days before Veterans Day.
An announcement was scheduled Tuesday by the schools. The effort will honor those who have served in the military and promote the Wounded Warrior Project.
The black and tan camouflage uniforms, designed by Under Armour, will have a Wounded Warrior logo patch. The jerseys worn by the Gamecocks and Terrapins will have words such as courage, loyalty and integrity on their backs.
No. 23 South Carolina hosts No. 2 Florida on Nov. 14, while Maryland plays at home against No. 15 Virginia Tech.
The Wounded Warrior Project provides services and programs for injured military men and women.