Found December 17, 2012 on Diehardsport:
After losing their coach to Tennessee, it appears that the Cincinnati Bearcats put a little something extra together to get their team ready for their Bowl Game.Check out Cincinnati’s helmet for the Belk Bowl: twitter.com/UniWatch/statu…— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) December 17, 2012Cincinnati will take on the Duke Blue Devils in the Belk Bowl, while wearing these absolutely fantastic helmets.  I would love to know who designed these, because they are flat out flawless.  The checkerboard background is a unique style, and I love the newly added stripes; the fact that they look like claw marks is outstanding.  Hopefully they will have a special set of uniforms to join these badass helmets.Via: Uni-Watch
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