A little over two weeks ago, we shared with you an exclusive look at the retail version of Ohio State's white alternate uniforms to be worn at Michigan on Nov. 25. The football program confirmed the look later that day and then released several teaser photos this afternoon.
The new uniforms are essentially the road version of the alternates worn earlier this year against Penn State.
The pattern on the helmets, base layers, numbers and socks plays off of Ohio State's "Land of the Wolves" mantra from the 2016 season. Via Nike's official release:
A Buckeye wolf pattern is meant to represent ultimate predators. In this instance, elite athletes — ones at the top of their game — inspired designers. Ohio State believes its roster is packed with these athletes who embody ruthless grit, heart and toughness every time they take the field.
Kickoff for Saturday's edition of The Game is set for noon on Fox.
Check out photos of the uniforms above.