Posted May 01, 2012 on
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.
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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are the latest collegiate football team to show off the Nike Pro Combat uniforms they will wear during the 2012 season.
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.
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Rutgers will have a completely new look to go with its new coaching staff this season thanks to Nike's Combat System of Dress technology. The school unveiled three different uniforms— home, road and all-black for special occasions during a press conference in New York City this afternoon.
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