Under Armour's New Uniform Designs to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project

South Carolina introduces new football uniforms designed for South Carolina, Texas Tech and South Florida to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

For the third straight year, Under Armour has designed new uniforms for three college football teams to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that provides programs and services to injured service members and their families.

South Carolina will be the first team to wear the new uniforms when they go up against Auburn on Oct. 1. The other two schools are Texas Tech and South Florida. On Nov. 12, the Red Raiders will wear their UA Wounded Warrior uniforms in a game against Oklahoma State; and South Florida will get their chance on Nov. 19, when they take on the University of Miami.

Under Armour is designing new cleats and gloves for each school, and each program will replace athletes' names on the backs of their jerseys with a core value: Duty, Honor, Courage, Commitment, Integrity, Country or Service.

Custom jerseys will be auctioned off on each school's website after the games, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the latest Wounded Warrior Project, "Believe in Heroes." UA will make a limited number of  jerseys available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds going to Believe in Heroes. You may find some available at UA.com.

Learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project.

Photo:  UA.com


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