Posted by Chip Patterson
N.C. State will have a new look in 2011.
It won't just be new starting quarterback Mike Glennon, or Audie Cole taking over Nate Irving's spot at middle linebacker. The entire roster will look different on the field thanks to their new state-of-the-art uniforms.
As CBSSports.com's Mike Potter reported earlier today, the Wolfpack will don a brand new uniform style and fabric in the upcoming season. The new jerseys will have "STATE" across the chest, while the white pants will carry the "Block S" logo. N.C. State football is under contract with adidas, and the company will suit the team up with new TechFit fabric, which boasts a more "breathable and comfortable fit" for the players.
"The uniforms have a very clean, traditional look," said head coach Tom O'Brien in the official release. "Our older fans will like them because they are reminiscent of the uniforms of great teams of the past and our current players will like them because they are stylish, comfortable and actually have elements that will benefit them on the field of play."
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