Notre Dame, Ind. -- Notre Dame revealed their Shamrock Series uniforms the football team will wear for their Boston College game on November 21 at Fenway Park in Boston.
The uniforms are green. The helmets are the traditional gold but feature the Irish leprechaun on them. They also have 11 stripes on the back of the helmet to represent the school's 11 national championships in football. Those 11 stripes also appear on each side of the front of the jersey.
"I think they are great," says Irish cornerback Cole Luke. "I love em. Good looking. I love the background behind it with the national championships and green for the green monster and Boston. So it's great."
"I like them a lot," adds wide receiver Torii Hunter Jr. "I like the green. They are going to look real good on National TV when we play BC."
Walk-on running back Josh Anderson modeled the uniform to the team. Irish Coach Brian Kelly then surprised Anderson by announcing he was putting Anderson on scholarship during the presentation.
The Shamrock Series is a "home away from home" game series that began in 2009. The first game was played in San Antonio.