Found October 09, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
You've probably seen college and NFL players with pink towels, pink shoes and pink gloves for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Schools have had fans "pink out" stadiums, and even NFL refs have been throwing pink flags. But New Mexico State is taking it a step further. The Aggies unveiled pinks jerseys on Tuesday for their game against Rice on Oct. 19. The "Pink Game" is part of the school's "NMSU Aggies are Tough Enough to Wear Pink" campaign. New Mexico State has been raising funds for breast cancer awareness since 2007, but this is the first time the football team will sport pink jerseys.

Photos: New Mexico State Wearing Pink Jerseys vs. Rice

If the question is whether the New Mexico State Aggies football team is “tough enough to wear pink”, well, I guess we have our answer. The Aggies will be wearing bright pink jerseys for cancer awareness on October 19th against Rice. The jerseys are part of a campaign the school runs each year. Tough enough to wear pink! Game uniforms are unveiled. #TEWP #NMSU #AGGIES pic.twitter...
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