December 10, 2019
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first_img PittNews.com had more:The iconic Pitt Victory Song, written in the 1920s, ends with the line, “For the blue and gold shall conquer as of old, so fight, Pitt, fight!” The “blue and gold” the song references has undergone some changes throughout the decades, with the current shades being dark navy and champagne yellow, but the athletic administration has hinted that will change in the near future, back to the royal blue and mustard yellow fans that know as the “retro colors.”According to Director of Licensing and Merchandising Lori Burens, Panther fans should look for an official statement coming later this spring.“We are anticipating some updated news from a branding perspective later this spring,” Burens told The Pitt News. “We could circle back on this at the end of the semester.”If true, this is a great decision by Pittsburgh’s administration.Make it happen, Panthers. The Pittsburgh Panthers football players gathered together.ANNAPOLIS, MD – DECEMBER 28: The Pittsburgh Panthers gather before the start of their game against the Navy Midshipmen in the Military Bowl at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on December 28, 2015 in Annapolis, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)A major college football program is reportedly set to return to its retro colors in full-time fashion at some point in the near future. This is fantastic news.Pittsburgh, which boasts some of the coolest throwback uniforms in the sport, is reportedly set to make a switch with its full-time colors.The Panthers currently wear a dark navy and champagne yellow, but the throwback colors are royal blue and mustard yellow, and those could be returning.Uniforms don’t get much better than this:last_img read more

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