Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, December 15, 2015
The Big Ten introduced/reintroduced several alternate uniform designs during the 2015 football season.
Several of the designs were of the new-school variety (Indiana helmets, Minnesota going all gray or Iowa, Nebraska and Ohio State going all-black), while others were nods to history (Northwestern's Rose Bowl throwback and Michigan's all-white road uniform).
Here's a look at my top 5 2015 Big Ten designs (Yes, I'm a fan of throwbacks.):
1. Northwestern's 1995 Rose Bowl-inspired uniform vs. Iowa
2. Michigan's 1974-inspired all-white road uniform for all away games
3. Maryland's 1961-inspired throwback vs. Penn State
4. Michigan State's new bronze helmet with all-white road uniform at Ohio State
T-5. Rutgers' Greg Schiano-era "throwback" vs. Kansas and Maryland
T-5. Indiana's red pants with state pride helmet at Penn State
And here's a look at several of the other new designs Big Ten teams donned in 2015 (Did I miss one? Tweet it my way or leave a note in the comment box at the bottom of the post):
Uniform Game?.Strong ? pic.twitter.com/BTcxzHp6Xg— Indiana Football (@IndianaFootball) November 28, 2015
Michigan State will wear its traditional home helmet with the alternate uniforms for today's game vs. Maryland. pic.twitter.com/4JKAGyOB0s— Michigan State Football (@MSU_Football) November 14, 2015
You're gonna want to get your hands on this poster! Team to hand out 6:45pm @ Colonnade Way, HUB & College/Beaver Ave pic.twitter.com/5w6Bsen5Vu— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) July 16, 2015