More from 2016 ...
Cornell (4-6 overall, 2-5 Ivy League) ditched the red and gray pants from the last couple years in favor of a white set with "CORNELL" down the side (just like Nike stable-mate Columbia). The home shirts remained the same, while the roads sprouted shoulder numbers, a black outline and a small "C" below the V-neck. Also note the solid white socks and shots, which make me think of the NFL's color-rush teams.
Cornell still has those weird NCAA/Ivy League logo patches on the jersey front. I guess a few teams still wear those, but they look more and more like a relic from 15 years ago.
Can't get enough from the Big Red? Check out these uniforms: 2013-14, 1999-2001, 1994, 1985-89, 1987, 1983-84, 1977-82, 1967-75, 1966, 1965, 1961-64, 1952, 1950-51. Rivalry week: Cornell-Penn.
Dartmouth (4-6 overall, 1-6 -- first to worst -- in the Ivies) wore NINE uniform combos for the second straight year, although two are different from what the Big Green wore last year. The black-green-black one brings the short-lived 2003-04 uniform to mind. I wish the gray helmets and pants matched better; the gray lids are almost indistinguishable from the black versions.
|The nine uniform combos worn by Dartmouth in 2016,|
as tweeted every Wednesday by the Big Green.
I confess to looking forward to these.
One style (all white) was worn twice.
Some other unis from the Green Machine: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2005-06, 2003-04, 1978-86, 1970, 1957-61, 1955-56, 1951-54, 1944, 1936-38, 1929. Rivalry week: Dartmouth-Princeton. Inside the jersey: 1999-2002.
Delaware (4-7, 2-6 CAA) didn't change a darn thing from last year. Makes my task easier. And besides, Delaware in alternate unis would seem strange.
There's more from the Delaware hen house: 2015, 2011-14, 2004-06, 1997-2003, 1989-92, 1980-88, 1975-79; 1973-74, 1972, 1965, 1967-71, 1950.