What’s Maryland Wearing This Week? Week 5

Maryland will go with a pretty simple look of black-on-red-on black against Towson on Saturday.

I apologize for the delay in getting this post up, but with the madness in baseball Wednesday night, there was no time.

Coach Randy Edsall announced last night that this, to the left, would be Maryland’s uniform choice this week.

The yellow jerseys against Temple clearly did not help, so the slight change to red was inevitable.

The choice on red goes back to what Maryland used to wear before they decided to become the Oregon of the Northeast. That is a nice thing to see. Also, the small black stripe on the side is not as noticeable as the red one was on the yellow uniforms, and that is a good thing.

The black helmets and black pants have become a staple over the past three weeks. It’s hard to imagine that will stay consistent for the rest of the season.

Overall, it’s a fine look. Nothing too special to it, keeps in simple in what should be an easy victory for the Terps. Of course, I said that last week, and look at what happened.

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What’s Maryland wearing this week? Week 4

Maryland will go with a black-on-yellow-on black look Saturday against Temple.

As he does on most Wednesday nights, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall answered the biggest question in college football. What uniform combination will his Terps go with this week? Edsall answer it on his Twitter page.

I like this uniforms choice. It’s a bit of a change of pace from last week’s all-black choice, but it works for me. The matching helmet and pants are good, and while the yellow might be a bit bright and useable for an away game as well, it’s a fine look overall.

The only thing I don’t like is the red stripe on the yellow shirt. It looks out of place. I’m not sure what function it serves. I also can’t tell exactly what the stripe on the pants is, I’ll reserve that judgement when I see them on the playing field.

The way Temple looked on the field last week against Penn State, the Terps should outperform them just by walking on to the field.