Maryland, Under Armour show off new Big Ten apparel

Maryland officially kicked off its two-day celebration of  Big Ten inclusion Monday morning with plenty of pomp and circumstance at the Under Armour Brand House in Baltimore. The school’s band, the Mighty Sound of Maryland, played in one corner near the store’s entrance while school officials handed out Big Ten schedules and sunglasses to fans and alumni.

Maryland Athletic Director Kevin Anderson and Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany both briefly spoke, then each put on a commemorative red T-shirt with the Big Ten logo before posing for cameras in the crowd.

It was an official mark of the rebranding effort of Maryland apparel ahead of Tuesday’s official entry into the conference, and the Under Armour Brand House had plenty to display for a throng of customers.

Here are some images, including the new T-shirt worn by Anderson and Delany, as well as the new insignia on the Terps’ football team’s red home uniforms:







Roman Stubbs covers the University of Maryland athletics for The Washington Post.



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