Found July 27, 2012 on College Football Section:
Below appears to be Adidas new alternative jersey for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. This video was posted by adidasFootballUS on Thursday. It certainly is… red. I like the white outlined numbers and the black helmets. Those socks will be the envy of 14-year-old girls across the country. I wish there was something that broke up the jersey from the pants. On the whole, it is a decent look. The commercial parallels the rumor many Nebraska players passed along during Thursday’s B1G Media Day coverage that the alternative uniform game will be September 29 verses Wisconsin.


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