Indiana and Kansas will begin the college basketball season on Veterans Day with commemorative uniforms remembering the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Together, the Hoosiers and Jayhawks will wear red, white and blue on Nov. 11. While Indiana will don red uniforms reading "Courage," Kansas will sport blue jerseys with "Honor" imprinted on them.
Indiana will wear stripes, and Kansas' gear will feature stars. Per Adidas' news release, both uniforms contain a "Remember Pearl Harbor" emblem with an eagle and star.
Both teams offered a sneak peek on Twitter:
Indiana Basketball @IndianaMBB
Commemorative uniforms will be worn in our season opener vs. Kansas to honor those who served during the attack on Pearl Harbor. #iubb 🔴⚪️🇺🇸 https://t.co/TVdeyKq65p2016-11-1 16:04:21
Kansas Basketball @KUHoops
We're wearing camo on Veterans Day to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor: https://t.co/86uE7oi35I #teamadidas https://t.co/4xrM5l4DC42016-11-1 16:07:42
Their collaboration will create a patriotic setting and special moment on Veterans Day.