PHOTO: New Mexico State to wear pink jerseys vs. Rice
The Aggies' annual 'Tough Enough to Wear Pink' fund-raiser for cancer research and awareness will expand this year to pink jerseys on the football field.
New Mexico State 's "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" cancer research fund-raiser has been going on since 2007 and has -- awesomely -- raised more than $2.8 million. But it's a good bet it might get more attention in 2013 than it ever has before.
Why? Because the Aggie football program is going all-out in support of the cause, wearing pink uniforms for their Oct. 19 home clash against Rice, designated the "Pink Game." A BleedCrimson.net photo shared by the NMSU Facebook page shows off the new look:
The Aggies are having a rough season on the field, starting 0-6 in their lone season as an independent before joining the Sun Belt in 2014. But they'll leave the field against Rice with a metric ton of our respect regardless of the result.
For more on "Tough Enough to Wear Pink," visit pinkaggie.com.
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