The common consensus among college football fans is that the Panthers’ uniforms are among the best of the best — and that isn’t just from Pitt fans.
The current home uniform features the beloved blue and gold, with the home uniforms featuring blue jerseys, gold pants and a gold helmet with a blue stripe and script. It’s classic. And the away uniforms feature white jerseys, gold pants and a gold helmet with a blue stripe and script.
There is a gray uniform set out there, but it’s not often used. And Pitt used its ‘Roc the Royal’ uniforms last season, all blue jerseys and pants.
And if Pat Narduzzi is to be believed, there’s a chance Pitt could add another uniform to its ranks — something that hasn’t really happened since Pitt switched to its current uniforms in 2019.
In an interview with OutKick’s Anthony Farris, Narduzzi answered a question about how he’d feel if Pitt were to move away from its current uniform scheme:
“We didn’t have those when I first got here (in 2014), but they’re awesome. It’s been great to get those colors back to where they’re supposed to be. And we’ll add some more flavors (of the uniform) in the next couple of years. But they certainly are nice to look at … And I wouldn’t resign if they changed the uniforms, that wouldn’t be real smart. But put it this way — I would not be real happy if someone came in and said we’re going to go back to some other colors. Wouldn’t be too happy. “
There is nothing impending, as Narduzzi said, it might be a couple of years, but it’s clear that Pitt is looking into adding new combos to its ranks. And those combos may come as soon as this season.
However, don’t expect Pitt’s current home and away uniform setup to change any time soon.