2010 NIKE PRO COMBAT CH. 8, "THE BEST OF NCAA ONE-GAME ALTERNATE UNIFORMS" from The Modern History of Football Uniform Design
The 2010 version of the Pro Combat template didn’t change much. The only difference from 2009 was the removal of Flywire from the shoulders. The next template, the Speed Machine, would feature a Flywire collar in attempt at making a better looking uniform without sacrificing what the Flywire was designed to do originally: to keep the jersey from slipping underneath the shoulder pads during play.
“The Nike Pro Combat System of Dress merges innovation and inspiration to deliver the lightest and most innovative uniform in the industry,” said Kris Aman, Global VP and GM of Nike Athletic Training and Field Sports. “The designs incorporate cultural cues emblematic of each team’s identity and heritage. They’re more than uniforms, they’re expressions of pride.” - news.nike.com
Nike convened distinguished representatives associated with each university to deliver the uniforms’ unique stories:
Marty Lyons, Alabama / Jerard Rabb, Boise State / Errict Rhett, Florida / Michael Irvin, Miami / Charles Csuri, Ohio State / Steve Preece, Oregon State / Ruben Brown, Pittsburgh / Matt Lewis, TCU / Col. Rock Roszak, Virginia Tech / Bob Huggins, West Virginia