Boston College and Under Armour unveiled a new uniform for the upcoming matchup against Notre Dame at Fenway Park. BC sent out a press release today to talk about the inspirations for the uniform:
The specially-designed Under Armour uniforms were inspired by the "Miracle in Miami," Doug Flutie's last-second touchdown pass to Gerald Phelan on Nov. 23, 1984 in the Orange Bowl to give the No. 10 Eagles a 47-45 win over 12th-ranked Miami. BC finished the season with a 10-2 record and defeated Houston, 45-28, in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1, 1985.
In a game against a historic rival, at a historic venue these uniforms work well. I dig the throw back mustard yellow and white, and Under Armour did a nice job of updating it just enough to make it modern. It's hard to remember the last time BC brought these special uniforms back, but a game against Notre Dame is the perfect opportunity. If I remember correctly the last time BC altered their uniforms, they beat the #9 team in the country.
Notre Dame will be unveiling their special uniforms later today. I'm sure it will be something shiny.
You can see some of the uniform shots below in the tweet released by Boston College, if you want a better larger view I would recommend going to the press release from BC
If you weren't excited about Fenway enough, #BCEagles will wear throwbacks vs. the Irish READ: http://t.co/r6MnjN7eNx pic.twitter.com/dLpcJr2zXZ— BC Football News (@BCFootballNews) August 13, 2015