Maryland announced a fashion update on Monday, and revealed that the Terps will wear the iconic script uniforms full time in the 2023 season.

Athletics Director Damon Evans announced the change, and called it a classic look, and something that fans have been clamoring for, for quite some time.

He called back well-known figures like Bobby Ross and Ralph Friedgen and the championship years wearing the Script Terps uniform. This Script Terps uniform embodies who the Terps are, he said, and symbolizes what it means to be a Maryland football player.

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“I know our head coach Michael Locksley, someone who grew up in this area, in the DMV, worshiped the Terps in that uniform,” Evans said. “Now it’s time for us to pay that homage and push forward, so I’m happy to bring back this iconic look. Terp Nation, here we come. Here it is.”

Maryland donned the Script Terps uniforms originally starting in 1982 with the primarily red helmet, and wore that exclusively during the 1980s. From 2001-10, the team wore the white helmet with the red Script Terp writing on the sides. Since Locksley’s return in 2019, Maryland has worn the Script Terps uniform at least once each season.