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In recent years, Notre Dame’s jersey wordmarks have varied on its home, away and alternates uniforms.

The Fighting Irish turned heads in their final Big East Conference Tournament in 2013 when they donned vibrant green “Adizero” uniforms by Adidas that resembled Leprechaun garb with shamrocks at every turn. Bright stripes on shorts are reminiscent of zebra-print Zubaz pants of the early 1990s.

“NOTRE DAME” in kelly green and yellow is planted across the road shamrock alternates while “IRISH” in green is the wordmark of choice on the home white versions. One recent early-season home alternate that didn’t work for the Irish was their monochrome dark threads for a black-out game against Kentucky.

While Notre Dame upset the Wildcats by 14 points, kelly green accents and wordmarks were lost in the black and appeared to close to an alternate road look recently debuted by the Boston Celtics.

The Fighting Irish have worn a little bit of everything under head coach Mike Brey over the last decade including vegas gold alternates with navy accents and numerous thought-provoking home threads. Sticking to a preferred wordmark with Adidas has been the most difficult uniform decision in South Bend.

We’ve seen an “IRISH” script with a shamrock dotting the I, a blocked classic “IRISH”, a box-shadowed and arched “NOTRE DAME” and even a blocked “NOTRE DAME” at home since 2005.