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Ohio State uniforms deliver innovation while honoring the past

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Ohio State uniforms deliver innovation while honoring the past

In 1967, Ohio State University football coach Woody Hayes started an iconic OSU football tradition, redesigning the team’s uniform and helmet using the most innovative materials available at the time. He and his strength coach Ernie Biggs changed the jerseys and began a tradition of adding Buckeye leaf decals to the players’ helmets to reward big plays on the field. The Buckeyes won the National Championship wearing the new uniforms the following year.

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