Found June 26, 2013 on
Yesterday, thanks to The Emblem Source, we got a look at Pittsburgh’s inaugural ACC patches for the 2013 college football season. Today, we get to see the patches for the other former Big East member, the Syracuse Orange.
Check out the two color schemes the Cuse will be wearing this upcoming year:
These are the 2 @theACC patches that @Cuse will be wearing for their 1st year in the conference. #Orange pic.twitter.com/fpnGyb0eHF
— The Emblem Source (@theemblemsource) June 27, 2013
It’s pretty interesting that they went with two versions with a white background – probably because most of SU’s jerseys are heavy on blue or orange as the main color.
For reference, here is what Clemson’s patch looks like. You can see that the “ACC” is larger on the Tigers’ version, though the orange color is very similar to Syracuse’s.
First up are @ClemsnEquipment‘s orange and white @theACC patches. #GoTigers #DeathValley pic.twitter.com/91qZAEJl9H
— The Emblem Source (@theemblemsource) June 22, 2013
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