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The Scarlet Knights will have a new look for the 2012-2013 NCAA football season. Rutgers unveiled its Nike Pro Combat uniforms today at the SNY studios in Manhattan. Rutgers spent the last year working with Nike to design the updated threads. Players were on hand to model the team’s latest home (white), away (red) and alternate (black) on-field styles.
The new gridiron gear incorporates the performance benefits associated with the Pro Combat system of dress, a uniform system that is meant to make players lighter and dryer. The Nike Pro Combat base layer wicks away sweat and keeps the body cool, the jerseys are made of four-way stretch nylon and the flywire technology in the collar results in improved breathability and keeps the jersey in place.
The football fashion overhaul includes a sleeker, more modern design, yet the “Block R” logo remains in-tact. According to the school, “Knight-like designs” such as metallic accents and battle “scars” were added to the jerseys and inset rib...
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NEW YORK -- Rutgers unveiled its new uniforms during a live television ceremony at SNY as linebacker Khaseem Greene, defensive tackle Scott Vallone and receiver Mark Harrison modeled them.
Wicomico (Salisbury, Md.) athlete Derrick Hayward picked up his third verbal scholarship offer today in the form of Rutgers. Hayward visited Rutgers for the spring game and is from the same high school that safety Wayne Warren attended.
NEW YORK -- Rutgers unveiled three Nike Pro Combat uniforms at the SNY studious in midtown. The white "road" uniform, the red "home" uniform and the special "blackout" uniform were modeled by Scott Vallone, Mark Harrison and Khaseem Greene, as well as coach Kyle Flood, each one went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com to give them takes on the new look.