After teasing them ahead of Ohio State football’s matchup against Penn State, the Buckeyes released a full look at their gray alternate jerseys and put them on sale for the game a week from Saturday in Columbus Wednesday morning before removing them.
Eleven Warriors had a full breakdown of the uniforms, which cost $150.00 on the Buckeye Athletics website’s store before they were taken down.
A full look at the retail version of Ohio State's 2017 gray alternate jersey, which will be worn against Penn State. https://t.co/eSgMRP0NYy
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According to the story, the jerseys are Nike’s Vapor Untouchable Template, with the only scarlet on the “O” on the collar.
Eleven Warriors also reported a source said the pattern in the numbering is that of a wolf’s fur to replicate one of the team’s mentalities.
The story also says the helmets will be gray with wolf pattern and no scarlet.
The jerseys are part of a series of alternates the team has rolled out over the years.