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Vanderbilt to have new football uniforms this fall

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Vanderbilt football players will wear nine uniform variations this season with black, gold and white options for both jerseys and pants.

The two-color stripe, standard on Commodore pants from 2002 to 2006, has been removed, replaced with a Nike "swoosh" and the team's official two-color "Star V" logo patch stitched on either hip.

The two-color stripe, formerly on jersey sleeves also has been eliminated, replaced with a one-inch solid black stripe.

Making the jersey unique to Vanderbilt is the inclusion of the color "Star V" logo into a "home plate" design in the front collar.

The same logo also has been added to the back of each jersey above the number, making Vanderbilt one of only a few teams nationally to feature such a design.

 

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