And we sloooowly make our way through the uniforms of Spring 2021 with a couple Patriot League schools. Like the last two efforts at spring football (AAF, XFL 2.0), not everyone completed their seasons.
New-to-us Colgate played two games before calling it a day because of COVID-19 concerns. The Raiders' Under Armour unis have some really small numbers on the front and shoulders. The jersey fronts also have an Under Armour logo, a "COLGATE" wordmark, a Patriot League logo and a small shield that looks more at home on a soccer kit. Actually, the shield represents "Colgate’s 13 founders with 13 dollars, 13 articles and 13 prayers," according to the release from last fall announcing the Raiders' new athletics identity. The familiar "'gate" logo remains on the helmet.
Holy Cross had itself a nice little season, capturing its second straight Patriot League title before falling in the first round of the NCAA FCS tournament. Like Maine, the Crusaders donned four different style in four games. While the purple home shirts remained the same from fall, 2019, the roads feature a new wordmark and number font. (I'll be up front, my attempt at this font sucks and I'll try to improve it down the road.) Holy Cross wore both purple and white helmets (those white helmets should be worn full-time, honestly), and thankfully the black and gray and god-knows-what-else alternates from the recent past were cast aside.