Northwestern special uniforms drawing controversy

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Northwestern University football team is drawing controversy over special uniforms they are set to wear during Saturday’s game.

The star-spangled uniforms are meant to support the Wounded Warrior Project. The team is set to wear them for the November 16th game against Michigan. But some critics say they look like they’re splattered with blood.

Uniform-maker Under Armour issued a statement today saying the idea that the uniforms show streaks of blood is “completely false and uninformed.”

The game-used jerseys will be auctioned off after the game and 100% of those proceeds will go to Wounded Warriors.

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1 Comment

  • Ven

    OMG! Ppl find something wrong with everything! Guess this is how we get informed about things, by there being a real or fake controversy. Gotta love the media.

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