For the 125th season of Maryland football, the Terps are going old school.
Maryland unveiled its new alternate uniforms Monday, a 1940s throwback that will be worn during the Oct. 28 homecoming game against Indiana.
If you like how the Pittsburgh Steelers look at home but always wondered, “What would happen if they switched the pant and jersey colors?” here’s your answer.
Former Terps and Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith modeled the new look, which eschews the red and white of the state flag, normally used in Maryland uniforms.
The Terps open the season Sept. 2 at No. 23 Texas.