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To commemorate their final season season in the Bob Devaney Center, the Cornhuskers donned updated Adidas uniforms during the 2012-13 season resembling the same piping and stripe-heavy style worn by fellow Big Ten member Michigan.

On Nebraska’s new digs, red and black piping wraps around the shoulders while red stripes go down each side of the jersey and align with stripes on the shorts. Nebraska’s recognizable “N” primary logo moved from the bottom of shorts to mid-thigh just above Adidas’ new honeycomb fade color style.

In 2013 against Wisconsin, Nebraska joined several other Adidas-sponsored programs and took part in the three stripes’ “Bleed-Out” uniform campaign, a one-tone disaster. The Cornhuskers’ all-red threads were free of stripes or piping and the team’s red wordmark and numerals were outlined in white.

In recent years before the switch, Nebraska’s uniforms were one of Adidas’ most generic and featured wide contrasting color armpits and collar with side panels of shorts split between black, white and red stripes.

In the late 1990s, the Cornhuskers used a slanted “NEBRASKA” wordmark across jerseys instead of arched and even had a primary black and red alternate uniform. The primary logo then was the school’s red “N” with “HUSKERS” in black stretched across.