PHOTOS: Notre Dame's Shamrock Series uniforms
The Fighting Irish will once again be wearing special Shamrock Series uniforms for a game this season.
Just like it has the last few years, Notre Dame will be wearing special uniforms for a game this season. This year the Shamrock Series uniforms will be worn Oct. 5 against Arizona State down in Arlington.
It's the third consecutive season the Irish will wear such uniforms, and when compare this year's version of the uniforms to the past two, these are actually pretty nice. But only when comparing to the uniforms they've worn the past couple of seasons.
Do you think it's a coincidence that the Irish have only worn these Shamrock Series uniforms for neutral site games? I think they're too embarrassed to wear them at home.
And what would photos of new uniforms be without a HYPE VIDEO?
Additional photos: Notre Dame's official site.
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