Paul Lukas at ESPN.com has written a nice article about the Bulwark, which is industrial design engineer Michael Princip's prototype of a safer football helmet that not only reduces concussions but is "totally badass." Way to go, Michael.
In a sidebar, however, is a brief excursus on the history of the winged helmet, along with links to vintage photographs of teams that have used it. Cool. We're certainly familiar with Crisler's 1935 Princeton team that donned the fabled design we know and love. One untidy historical tidbit of which I was unaware is that Indiana (1933), Michigan State (1934), and Ohio State (1930) also wore some version of the winged helmet.
Ohio State, c. 1930:
Michigan State, c. 1934: