Ohio State will reportedly wear these gray uniforms vs. Penn State

Ohio State will debut new gray alternate jerseys when the Buckeyes host Penn State later this month.

Eleven Warriors has the exclusive look at what Ohio State will be wearing when the Nittany Lions come to Columbus.

This look is at the retail version, which is what Ohio State fans will likely be able to purchase at the game. The jerseys Ohio State players will be wearing will likely look quite similar to these.

Ohio State has a long history of alternate uniforms

The 2011 Nike Pro Combat version from Ohio State’s win over Wisconsin:

Ohio State uniforms
Former Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller (Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

Ohio State wore some dark alternates against Penn State in 2015:

The Buckeyes walked away with a 38-10 win, but those jerseys did not exactly receive unanimous praise.

Last year’s ‘Music and Cannon Fire’ jerseys:

Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett models the Buckeyes’ new throwback jersey (photo via Ohio State Football)

No. 6 Ohio State won this game over then-No. 10 Nebraska, 62-3. This year’s alternate jersey game will also be a matchup of ranked teams, but this promises to be a closer competition. Penn State is currently No. 3 to Ohio State’s No. 9. For more history on Ohio State’s alternate jerseys, head over here.

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