This is freakin' sweet.
"The NCAA Football Rules Committee has approved a change that will require opposing teams simply to wear jerseys of contrasting color. For more than 25 years, the rules required visitors to wear white -- quashing a tradition where USC and UCLA would both wear their home-color jerseys in the annual crosstown-rivalry game.
Color home jerseys and white visitor jerseys will remain the standard nationwide. The new rule merely allows teams to ask for a game-by-game exception from their conference, which is responsible for ensuring that the colors contrast.
A spokesman for the NCAA said that the Pacific 10 made a formal request to amend the rule and that similar inquiries had been made over the years by other parties."
God, I'd love to see Michigan and OSU take advantage of this rule change.