College football: Louisville, Mississippi State to honor Armed Forces with uniforms
Louisville and Mississippi State will honor the Armed Forces by wearing uniforms in each of their upcoming games to support those who have served as part of a Military Appreciation game.
Louisville unveiled the "Young Patriot" uniforms on Tuesday. The new uniforms are "inspired by patriotism and influenced by street culture, the new special edition uniform fuses traditional stars and stripes shapes and patterns with a black and white color palette that's currently seen in street culture apparel trends," according to a press release. In addition, the Cardinals will wear black helmets with their logo in white.
The Bulldogs will sport a similar look, wearing black and white uniforms with a stars-and-stripes theme. Mississippi State will also wear white cleats with black stars on them to match the patriotic theme.
Mississippi Sate will wear the new uniforms on Satuday when it faces Texas A&M at home. Louisville will honor veterans when the Cardinals face Wake Forest at home on Nov. 12, the day after Veterans Day.