The bird is back.
Kansas football coach Charlie Weis unveiled five new helmets on Monday, with four of them featuring the Jayhawk logo. The fifth helmet is a throwback baby blue version with white numbers on the side.
The blue, white and black helmets all feature the modern Jayhawk logo, while a red version has the famous “1941” World War II-era “Warhawk.”
For most of the past two decades, during the Glen Mason and Mark Mangino eras, the KU football helmets have featured different versions of “KU” lettering.
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