Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Delaware (2014), Harvard (2014), Holy Cross (2014)

  We continue our look at the uniforms of 2014 with two teams hidebound in tradition, and another that made a trip to the past.

  The Blue Hens didn't change a darn thing from 2013. Delaware went 6-6 overall, 4-4 (tied for fifth) in the CAA.

  Harvard also didn't mess with a good thing, on the field or with its uniforms. The Crimson went 10-0 overall and 7-0 to win the Ivy League title, its third unbeaten season under coach Tim Murphy, and eighth Ivy title under Murphy. Harvard's 114-25 record is the best in the Football Championship Subdivision since 2001. Now if the Ivies would only send their champ to the NCAA tournament ...

Holy Cross
  Holy Cross introduced new road jerseys for 2014, then switched helmets in mid-season. The Crusaders returned to their late-1960s-early '70s logo (discussed here) for its homecoming game against Fordham. The jerseys use arched lettering on the front, something more akin to basketball than football. But it's still a clean, simple look. Holy Cross utilized six uniform designs in 12 games.
  The Crusaders went 4-8 overall, 2-4 in the Patriot League.

In a couple days: Maine, Penn and Princeton.

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