A little over a week ago, Eleven Warriors broke the news of Ohio State's gray alternate uniform to be worn against Penn State on Oct. 28. It was only a close up of the numbers, collar and Nike swoosh.
We have since obtained retail photos of the entire jersey.
As we mentioned last week, the uniforms will be on Nike's Vapor Untouchable template, which the team switched to for last year's 1916 throwback uniform and has worn since the Fiesta Bowl. You'll notice, however, the only scarlet on the jersey is in the collar.
A source close to the Ohio State football program has told Eleven Warriors the pattern in the numbers plays off of the "Land of the Wolves" mentality the team had prior to the 2016 season. It is supposed to replicate fur.
"The land of the wolves mindset is as a wolf every day, I feel like you wake up and you’re just trying to find your next meal," said quarterback J.T. Barrett. "You’re always attacking."
The retail versions will be available for purchase on Oct. 23 with a price tag of $150. It is unclear at this time what the helmets or pants look like, but sources tell us they'll also be gray, the former carrying over the lack of scarlet and the wolf print in the numbers.
Stick with Eleven Warriors for the latest on Ohio State's alternate uniforms, including photos of the helmets soon.