I'm having some computer issues (like Thanksgiving and football, it's a November tradition), so the next few posts may be low on photo illustrations. That said, I'm going to pull out an unused uni graphic at random and do my best to talk about it with repeating myself from previous posts. Here goes …
OK. 1955 UNH. That works, with the rivalry game with Maine coming up this weekend and all. The look is typical of all 1950s-early 90s Wildcat unis (silver helmets, blue jerseys with two white stripes, silver/gray pants). But check out the short-sleeved jersey, which was presumably used for warm-weather games. The stripes are a contrasting color … I'm guessing red, which is what I've used in the graphic. As far as I know, this was worn only in '55.
|The '55 Wildcats in the short-sleeved alternate jerseys.|
I'm guessing those are red stripes, but the actual truth may be lost to history.
|This whole page from the '56 Granite yearbook|
celebrates the '55 Cats. I don't think UNH will be playing
Springfield or Bridgeport any time soon.
The Wildcats that year were an un-Wildcat-like 2-4-2. Two ties in one season?
There are plenty more Wildcat uniforms where this came from: 2015, 2014, 2010-13, 1998, 1975, 1968-71 (part 1) (part 2), 1966-67, 1950, 1947-48, 1938, 1936. Rivalry Week: Maine-UNH.