Retro 1995 Northwestern “Expect Victory” Football Crew

Retro 1995 Northwestern “Expect Victory” Football Crew

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Regular price$65.00

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Coach Gary Barnett instilled the motto of “Expect Victory” into his 1995 team as he orchestrated a dramatic turnaround for Northwestern football, winning the Big Ten title for the first time since 1936. Famous for the black jerseys they wore that season, the Wildcats defeated heavily favored teams like No. 8 Notre Dame, No. 7 Michigan, and No. 12 Penn State on their way to the Rose Bowl, fulfilling Barnett’s promise to “take the purple to Pasadena.”
Chest Width Body Length Shoulder Width
S 19.25" 27.5" 19.25"
M 20.25" 28.5" 20.25"
L 21.25" 29.5" 21.25"
XL 23.25" 30.5" 23.25"
2XL 25.25" 31.5" 25.25"
3XL 27.25" 32.5" 27.25"

Heather: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester

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Erik B.
United States United States

‘95 throwback

Love this classic design, reminds me of watching the Rose Bowl as a kid!

Adrienne B.
United States United States

Super soft and true vintage look

This is the softest sweatshirt I've ever owned, can't wait until it cools down so I can wear it more! The look is vintage without being forced, feels like something I could have actually had since the 90s.