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For the first time since 2003, the North Carolina Tar Heels will be wearing the all blue football uniforms. I’m surprised they actually haven’t worn these more since that Carolina Blue is one of the most recognizable colors in college sports. The Tar Heels face off against Middle Tennessee State this Saturday.
@TarHeelFootball will be wearing blue helmet, blue jersey and blue pants this weekend against MTSU. #GoHeels pic.twitter.com/eO22gzvIoi
— Jason Freeman (@UNCFootball) September 5, 2013
The team is also going with a pretty cool argyle endzone look too:
Another look at the argyle end zones. pic.twitter.com/LOF4ttxr6u
— Carolina Football (@TarHeelFootball) September 5, 2013
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North Carolina has decided to give Kenan Memorial Stadium a new look — at least in the end zones. The Tar Heels will have their home opener this weekend against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, and they’ll be showing off some new decoration:
PHOTO: The new argyle end zone at Kenan –> pic.twitter.com/G7Jki0y5ol
— InsideCarolina (@InsideCarolina) September 5, 2013
The North Carolina Tar Heels unveiled an argyle pattern in their end zone workmark and it looks pretty awesome. No word on whether or not this is going to be permanent, but it should be.
Yesterday, we showed you the new argyle designs in North Carolina’s end zones ahead of the program’s home opener against Middle Tennessee State on Saturday. Today, we’ve learned that the Tar Heels will be wearing an all-blue uniform color combination for the first time in ten years.
@TarHeelFootball will be wearing blue helmet, blue jersey and blue pants this weekend against...
The North Carolina Tar Heels have unveiled a new, argyle-style end zone design. It's a pretty nifty idea, but does it look a bit too much like an old man's sweater?
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