With SEC football back in action on Saturday, it should be another exciting weekend in the nation’s best conference.
All 14 SEC teams will be in action this weekend, but what will they be wearing?
Let’s take a look at what uniform combination each SEC team will go with to bring them good luck this weekend.
Alabama Crimson Tide
No. 1 Alabama will come off its bye week with a tough road test at No. 13 LSU. Look for Nick Saban’s squad to go pretty basic with its uniform choice and wear all white jerseys and pants with the traditional crimson helmets.
After a much-needed bye week, Arkansas will look to get back in the win column on Saturday with a home win over No. 11 Florida. The Razorbacks will look to get that done in style, as the school announced it is breaking out all black uniforms for the big game.
— Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) November 4, 2016
Auburn is looking to win its sixth straight game Saturday when the Tigers play host to Vanderbilt, and barring some sort of surprise, Auburn will wear its traditional navy jerseys, white helmets and white pants.
Florida will look to stay in charge of its own destiny in the SEC East with a win at Arkansas, but it remains to be seen what the Gators will wear. All we know is that Jim McElwain’s team will don white jerseys, but the pants and helmet combination are anyone’s guess.
With Georgia heading to face Kentucky in a big SEC East battle this weekend, don’t look for the Bulldogs to mix up its uniforms. History says Georgia will wear white jerseys, red helmets and grey pants on Saturday.
Speaking of the Wildcats, Kentucky will look to get a big win against Georgia and become bowl eligible on Saturday. To get that done, Kentucky looks like it will wear all blue from head to toe, but the school hasn’t officially announced anything as of now.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) November 1, 2016
Ed Orgeron could take a big step toward becoming the permanent head coach of LSU if he can knock off Alabama. Maybe the uniforms will bring him some good fortune. Look for the Tigers to don their traditional white jerseys to go along with the gold helmets and pants.
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Mississippi State is pulling out special uniforms for Saturday’s game against Texas A&M. The Bulldogs are honoring the military with black jerseys and pants that features the American flag on the shoulder pads. Mississippi State will also wear a silver helmet.
This Saturday, we honor those who serve and have served to defend and protect our freedom.
— MSU Football (@HailStateFB) November 1, 2016
With Missouri set to face South Carolina in an SEC East road game on Saturday, the Tigers will wear white jerseys, black helmets and gold pants as they look to get a much-needed win to kick off the November schedule.
#Mizzou uniforms for South Carolina
— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) November 3, 2016
Ole Miss Rebels
Ole Miss has not released what uniform combination it will go with for Saturday’s nonconference contest against Georgia Southern. However, look for the Rebels to wear red jerseys, navy helmets and grey pants.
South Carolina Gamecocks
Add South Carolina to the list of teams who haven’t released what uniforms it will be wearing this weekend. With many options to pick from, it’s hard to predict what combination the Gamecocks will go with against Missouri.
After some drama has taken attention away from the action on the field, Tennessee looks to get back to football with a win over Tennessee Tech. Look for the Vols to wear the traditional orange jerseys with white helmets and pants.
Texas A&M Aggies
When Texas A&M travels to Mississippi State this weekend, it remains to be seen what uniforms the Aggies will wear in the SEC West battle. All we know is that Texas A&M will have white jerseys, but the Aggies could either wear maroon or white helmets and pants.
With a tough road game at Auburn on the horizon for Vanderbilt, there’s no telling what uniforms the Commodores could break out. With the Tigers wearing navy, Vanderbilt will be in white jerseys, but the helmets and pants are still up in the air.