For three of BYU’s six home games at LaVell Edwards Stadium in 2014, the Cougars will wear alternate uniforms. While the Cougars will wear their traditional dark blue jerseys in games against Houston, Nevada and Savannah State, the team will also take the field in white, royal blue and black uniforms in 2014 as well.
When the Cougars host Virginia on Sept. 20, the team will wear white jerseys and pants for the first time in LaVell Edwards Stadium for an all-stadium white-out game.
On Oct. 3 against in-state rival Utah State, the Cougars will wear its royal blue alternate look for the fourth time in program history. The royal blue jerseys were also worn twice in 2009 and once last season.
Finally, the Cougars will see the return of its black alternate jersey that was worn just once – a stadium black-out in 2012 against Oregon State. This time, the black jerseys will be utilized in a Nov. 15 matchup against UNLV.
The home slate is a bit underwhelming for Bronco Mendenhall’s squad in 2014, so these uniforms and stadium participation could give the crowd a bit of a boost. The Cougars are coming off an 8-5 2013 campaign and are already penciled in as a participant in the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl in December, provided the team wins six games.
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