TAMPA -- The University of South Florida football program and apparel supplier Under Armour are proud to unveil the 2008 football road uniform.
The redesigned jersey is part of a new deal with Under Armour and showcases cutting edge fabric technology and comfort. The new style was the brainwork of several members of the USF staff, including head coach Jim Leavitt and head equipment manager Jeremy Lees, as well as the talented design team at UA.
USF has not seen a final rendering or physical version of its home jersey, which is still in production at Under Armour. The production of the road uniform was streamlined to accomodate USF in promoting defensive end George Selvie and to ensure he was wearing the 2008 uniform during numerous national media requests for the returning consensus All-American.
"It's one thing to work on designing a jersey and another to see it in person," said Lees. "We're really happy with the look and the way the USF green pops off the uniform. Our players are excited about the new jersies and I think our fans will embrace the redesign as well."
USF staff photographer Joseph Gamble covered every inch of the jersey (below), so that fans can see all the details on the new line.
Selvie agreed about the new uniforms, " I like them a lot and other players at a recent All-American function did too. They wanted to trade me one of their uniforms for mine, but I knew I had to make it back to Tampa with this uniform."
GoUSFBulls.com also produced wallpapers, so fans can decorate their desktop with the newest look in the USF family.