College Football Remembers 9/11: Photos From Around The Country


Saturday, college football teams across the nation remembered the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. Above, the Army Black Knights (AP Photo/Hans Pennink), below, the Washington Huskies (AP Photo/Kevin P. Casey), and more photos after that:

Here's a glimpse of the red bandana tribute the Boston College Eagles and Central Florida Knights worked out for Welles Crowther, a Boston College athlete who died on 9/11 after saving perhaps a dozen lives:

Via @BCMike22:


One of the many teams to wear star-spangled helmet logos, the Northwestern Wildcats (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh):

The Rice Owls' helmet tribute benefitted from their complementary colors and classic logo (AP Photo/David J. Phillip):

A moment of silence before the Idaho Vandals took on North Dakota (AP Photo/Alicia Carlson):

The Wyoming Cowboys may have made the most sincere tribute due to their complete sacrifice of fashion for the greater good (via @bcmudsharks):


The Arkansas Razorbacks went helmet logo as well, but added a midfield logo and got the crowd involved:


Elsewhere, fans like these East Carolina Pirates faithful showed their support (AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker):

Saturday was a doubly heartfelt day for the South Florida Bulls, who remembered both Sept. 11 and fallen former athletic director Lee Roy Selmon (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara):

And the Tennessee Volunteers were one of the many teams around the country to be led onto the field by the American flag (AP Photo/Wade Payne):

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