Northwestern to wear new uniforms against Illinois

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The Northwestern basketball team in conjunction with Under Armour released new uniforms on Friday that the Wildcats will wear for their game against Illinois at home on Sunday. The game tips off at 6:30 p.m.

Included on the gray uniforms are the Chicago skyline, the John Hancock Center and the answers to some 25 questions Under Armour asked players prior to the season. The uniforms also include the sayings and mantras particular to this year’s team.

According to a release from the university, the uniforms are the lightest in the NCAA.

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