Found August 13, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
When it comes to uniforms, Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong is a traditionalist. In his first three years with the program, his team has kept it pretty simple when it comes to jersey combination. Previous coaches went with multiple different color combinations, including the very popular black. Strong has stayed with the traditional red and white, which I certainly have no complaints with. As long as the team keeps winning, I don’t care what they wear. Last week the official Louisville football Twitter account shared a photo of this year’s home uniforms which featured black pants and red jerseys. This led to fans asking if there was a possibility that we could see black jerseys this year. Only time will tell, but I don’t expect Coach Strong to make any big changes this year. When trying to find out the last time the Louisville football team wore black uniforms, I ended up finding some really unique sharp looking uniform combinations that I had gotten all about. Here are...
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