Michigan is now Jordan.
Wisconsin is now Under Armour.
But Nebraska is still outfitted by adidas, and the company came up with some new alternate threads for the Huskers this fall.
On Tuesday, Nebraska unveiled the "Husker Chrome" alternate uniform, which the team will wear in its Sept. 24 game against Northwestern in Evanston.
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These uniforms are actually pretty cool looking and certainly less outrageous than some of the designs adidas has whipped up for the Huskers in the past.
Here's part of the official description:
"The special edition uniform is centered around a pristine white colorway with metallic accents to create a bold alternate look for the Cornhuskers. The modernized style features metallic red numbering with metallic chrome outlining on the jersey and is accented with metallic chrome stripes on both the jersey and the pants. Additional detailing includes an oversized, metallic red bold 'N' logo that seamlessly aligns with the pant stripes.
"As a tribute to the traditional aesthetic of the Cornhuskers football program, the helmet features a metallic red 'N' logo on the sides and is accented with player numbers featured in metallic red and metallic chrome outlining on the back of the helmet, showcasing the Star City’s ability to shine."
And here are some more pictures of the uniforms included with Nebraska's announcement: