Maryland's uniforms aren't great and are rarely mixed up, but Under Armour's Wounded Warrior Project unis that Maryland and South Carolina used last year were pretty cool. Aesthetically they weren't great, but the fact that they benefitted the Wounded Warrior Project (plus the sleek, slim numerals) made them a winner in my mind.
It's a good thing, then, that they're coming back. Thanks to a heads-up from reader PAB522, we know that Maryland will wear the next generation of the unis for their November 20th game against Florida State. Utah and Texas Tech will also wear them on Nov. 6.
Besides continuing the trend of wearing special uniforms in games Maryland gets crushed in, a few changes have been made. The camo sleeves have been extended to take up the majority of the upper, and the numerals are now camo, too, though the font is thankfully the same, or at least very close. I still think this should be Maryland's new template.
And, as was the case last year, Maryland's nameplates will have Army-esque words, like "Commitment", "Courage", and "Service." There will also be camo cleats to go along with the jerseys, and they were one of the coolest parts of the unis, in my opinion. There's a short gallery on UA's Facebook page. (Gotta say, Texas Tech came away as the winner thanks to the camo in the name).
Of course, the jerseys will be auctioned off after the game and all proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Hopefully this remains an annual thing; it's pretty cool.