Per the investigative work of the Big Ten Network's Brent Yarina, it sounds like the jerseys we first saw come to light last week will indeed be what's officially worn by the team on the field this fall.
While an Ohio State football spokesperson told Yarina "We have not issued any media updates regarding uniforms," via email, Yarina reached out to the The Buckeye Room's Mark McClure, who posted additional close up photos of both the previously pictured home jerseys as well as the new road ones over the weekend. McClure told Yarina that "the jerseys are officially licensed from Nike and will be worn this season."
Check out the additional close ups of what appears to be genuine representations of what the Ohio State football team will be suiting up in this fall (pending either a zero hour shift, or these licensed jerseys some how being false flags). The new twill home/road jerseys are available for sale at The Buckeye Room now:
Another shot of the new #OhioState Jerseys from #Nike! #GoBucks #Buckeyes #football #buckeyenation #buckeyefootball by @buckeyeroom
Front of the new twill jerseys with Nike "flywire" collar technology. #gobucks by @buckeyeroom
SOURCE: Big Ten Network