Found July 23, 2013 on College Spun:
Starting in July of 2014, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights will officially be members of the Big Ten. But for the current academic year, the school will compete in the newly-formed AAC. Louisville shares a similar situation, though the Cardinals will be moving to the ACC instead of the B1G. Today, The Emblem Source gave us a look at the patches the Knights will be wearing in their only year in the AAC. Check them out: Here are the brand new #American Athletic Conference patches for @RFootball this year. #Chop pic.twitter.com/gNzjUXV8wF — The Emblem Source (@theemblemsource) July 23, 2013 Maybe the players should hang onto these jerseys – they may be rare collector’s items somewhere down the road.
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