Ohio State football to wear all-scarlet uniforms for Oct. 30 game against Penn State

Joey Kaufman
The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio State is breaking in new alternate uniforms for its game against Penn State on Oct. 30.

The Buckeyes will wear all-scarlet “Color Rush” threads for the potential top-10 matchup with the Nittany Lions.

According to a news release, players will wear the traditional silver helmets, but the rest of the uniforms will be in scarlet colors, including the jerseys, pants and other gear.

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The school is also encouraging fans to wear scarlet clothing to the game.

Ohio State has won a variety of alternate uniforms in recent seasons, including an all-white look for last season’s game at Michigan State and all-black uniforms in prior years.

No kickoff time has been announced for next month’s game against Penn State.

Joey Kaufman covers Ohio State football for The Columbus Dispatch. Contact him at jkaufman@dispatch.com or on Twitter @joeyrkaufman.

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