Ohio State football unveils new all-white alternate uniforms to be worn against Michigan

On Sunday, Ohio State football's official Twitter account provided a sneak peak of the alternate uniforms the Buckeyes will be wearing against Michigan.

Thanks to ESPN's Darren Rovell, we now have a full-look at Ohio State's upcoming all-white getups.

The Buckeyes' new Nike jerseys follow the same template of the all-gray uniforms Ohio State wore for its 39-38 victory over Penn State last month. But as opposed to all-gray, the Buckeyes will be wearing all-white for their annual rivalry matchup with the Wolverines -- a look similar to the one they wore in the 2013 edition of 'The Game.'

Just as it did against the Nittany Lions, Ohio State will once again be wearing special LeBron James Nike Soldier 11 cleats against Michigan -- and the Buckeyes' connection to the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar doesn't stop there. On Monday, Nike released new Ohio State apparel inspired by the Buckeyes' all-white look, including a LeBron James shirt with the M crossed out.

There could be plenty on the line when Ohio State debuts its new look.

With a win over Illinois this weekend, the Buckeyes would clinch a share of the Big Ten East title. Ohio State, however, would still need to beat the Wolverines to secure its spot in the Big Ten Championship Game -- and potentially, the College Football Playoff -- assuming Penn State wins each of its next two games against Nebraska and Maryland.

In the event the Nittany Lions do drop a game and Michigan knocks off undefeated Wisconsin this weekend, then a spot in the conference title game could be up for grabs between the Buckeyes and Wolverines in Ann Arbor.

But regardless of what all is on the line when Ohio State heads to That State Up North at the end of the month, the Buckeyes will take the field at 'The Big House' in style.

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