Forgetful Div. II team forced to wear host's unis

College team forgets uniforms, wears opponent's road jerseys after blunder (0:39)

Indiana University of Pennsylvania coach Joe Lombardi earns his 300th win in unforgettable fashion, wearing Edinboro University's road uniforms after forgetting their own. (0:39)

Indiana University of Pennsylvania entered the final week of the regular season ranked No. 2 in the most recent Division II poll. But the Crimson Hawks got it started on the wrong foot.

Or at least, in the wrong uniform.

IUP showed up for its game against Edinboro without uniforms.

A school spokesperson told ESPN that one of the team managers simply forgot to bring them, and the team didn't realize until it reached Edinboro's gym -- some 100-plus miles away. As a result, Edinboro let the Crimson Hawks wear the Fighting Scots' old road uniforms.

The Crimson Hawks had the last laugh, beating the hosts 87-59 to win the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Division crown for the third straight season.

The win was the 300th for IUP coach Joe Lombardi and came with Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner in attendance.