When Indiana opens its season against Kansas in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Hoosiers will be paying homage to history.
They’ll be donning uniforms commemorating the soldiers that served in the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, the attack that forced the United States into World War II.
The uniforms, made by Adidas, were unveiled on Tuesday.
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The uniforms look to have red digital camouflage with the Hoosiers’ traditional red and white striping. They also say courage instead of Indiana on the front and have the school’s logo on the shorts.
Kansas will be wearing commemorative uniforms as well, with honor written on the front, blue digital camouflage and stars on the side of the jersey.
Check out the uniforms Indiana and Kansas will be rocking for the Armed Forces Classic on Nov. 11th. pic.twitter.com/LOgwr47jV2
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The game will tip at 9 p.m. on ESPN on Nov. 11 from the Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu.
Update: Here are some more shots of the jerseys:
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