Friday, December 5, 2014

Maine (2014), Penn (2014), Princeton (2014)

  We continue our look at the uniforms of 2014 with my Black Bears and a pair of Ivy League schools.

  Maine introduced new jerseys and pants, made by New Balance, which I don't believe makes football uniforms for anyone else in Division I. The Black Bears also broke out white pants for the first time since 1996. Maine went 5-6 overall, 4-4 (tied for fifth) in the CAA.
  UPDATE: Upon further review, I forgot to add the CAA logo to the jersey fronts. Those have been added. Not all the home jerseys, however, had the logo, and that's been reflected here.

  The Quakers added an all-gray uniform that will hopefully follow coach Al Bagnoli into retirement. Penn wore four jerseys in 10 games: blue, gray, red and white (the latter two in the old sports-bra design). The Quakers were 2-8 overall, 2-5 (sixth) in the Ivies.

  The Tigers added a home jersey bereft of white, which might have given an otherwise nice shirt a little needed contrast. The road shirts and pants remained the same. Princeton was 5-5 overall, 4-3 (fourth) in the Ancient Eight.

  Up next week: Rhode Island, Sacred Heart and UConn.

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