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Maryland football unveils throwback uniforms for game vs. Penn State

The Terps may or may not beat Penn State. But they'll definitely look good.

Via Maryland Football.

The Maryland football team on Monday released images of the 1960s throwback uniforms the Terrapins will wear against Penn State for Saturday's game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

If you were reading along here last week, you already knew this, but here's the first official look at the full uniforms. They're specifically a call back to to 1961, which until last year marked the only time ever that Maryland beat Penn State in football. The Terps' win at Beaver Stadium last Nov. 1 moved them to 2-35-1 all-time against the Nittany Lions.

Anyway, the threads look great, and they'll make for a cool scene against Penn State's classic all-white design. Given the caliber of offense the two teams have provided this year, the game could have a very 1960s feel in general.

Via Maryland and Under Armour, here's a collection of promotional shots:

So, yeah: These are great. Credit to Maryland and Under Armour's designers for knowing when to be old instead of young.