It's time for our annual roundup of who wore what this season. I'm going to hold off on UConn until after the Huskies play their bowl game, and I'm also going to wait until the end for the NEC Three (Bryant, Central Connecticut and Sacred Heart). Today, we begin with Boston College and three Ivy League schools.
The Eagles kept the basic template from the last few years, plus wore a quasi-throwback for its Fenway Park game against Notre Dame. In the "really minute changes" department, the ACC logo patch changed for the second straight year. After reaching a bowl game each of the last two seasons, the Eagles tumbled to a 3-8 record, 0-8 in the ACC.
The Bears unveiled a new home jersey and more conventional-looking pants than in previous years, but kept last year's road shirt. I'm guessing they'll add a matching road shirt for 2016. Brown was 5-5 overall, 3-4 in Ivy League play.
We covered the Lions' new uniforms here. Coming off back-to-back winless seasons, Columbia went 2-8 (1-6 Ivy) and was shockingly competitive in several of the losses.
The Big Red didn't alter a thing from the last couple years. ... OK, the sock color changed. (Cornell is one of the few schools around to have a uniform sock design.) Cornell was 1-9 overall, 1-6 in the Ancient Eight.