South Florida debuted its Under Armour Wounded Warrior Project uniforms for this weekend's game against Miami and they kind of look like South Florida's regular uniforms.
The jerseys are traditional green with gold numbers while the sleeves have a stars and stripes pattern. The helmet is probably the flashiest part of the uniform with the stars and stripes design and the USF logo on the side. The shoes have the same pattern.
The subdued look of the uniform isn't actually all that surprising considering Under Armour first Wounded Warrior debut this year was an epic flop. South Carolina warmed up in its snazzy new uniforms, but officials made them remove them because the stars and stripes pattern in the numbers made them unreadable.
Texas Tech's uniform went over a little better because the numbers were a little more visible. But apparently, using the same pattern in South Florida's numbers might have cause the same issue that South Carolina had, so they played it a little straighter.
Each year, Under Armour selects a handful of schools to participate in the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that provides programs and services for injured service members and their families.
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