Maryland Football Team Honors Hurricane Harvey Victims

Expect a few of these around college football this season. While it remains to be seen how long non-Texas teams will keep these decals on their helmet, several teams around the country are sporting decals in support of Hurricane Harvey victims in the city of Houston.

University of Florida released an early look at the decal they’ll have on their helmet earlier today. Maryland will have their own decal on their helmet as well.

Go Terps!

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— Equipment Guy (@DHamptonEqMgr) September 2, 2017

Maryland’s helmet is a visual feast to begin with. The state flag on the helmet is already a unique look, but the decal they have on the back is another interesting look.

It’s distinctly different from the one Florida will have on their helmet, but conveys the same message. The devastation in Houston goes beyond football, with people around the country pulling out their wallets and donating generously to relief efforts.

Maryland’s decal is in the shape of the state of Texas, and has an orange heart where the city of Houston is on the map.

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