It should be a fun weekend in the SEC with some really compelling matchups that will shape the race to Atlanta for the title game.
Let’s take a look at what uniforms each SEC team will break out this weekend.
Alabama Crimson Tide
It should be business as usual for the Crimson Tide on Saturday. Expect to see Nick Saban’s squad in their all white jerseys and pants combo along with the traditional crimson helmets as Alabama gets set to take on Arkansas.
Speaking of the Razorbacks, Arkansas hasn’t yet released its uniform combo for Saturday night’s showdown. The Razorbacks should don crimson jerseys and helmets, but they could go a couple of different ways with the pants.
As usual, expect Auburn to keep it classic as well. With a road trip to Mississippi State staring the Tigers in the face, look for an all-white look for Auburn from the helmet to the jersey to the pants.
With Georgia now set to play at South Carolina on Sunday, look for the Bulldogs to keep it simple. Expect white jerseys, silver pants and red helmets for Georgia this weekend.
Kentucky hasn’t announced what it will wear against Vanderbilt on Saturday, and the Wildcats could go a number of ways with their combination. That makes it difficult to predict what to look for this weekend.
Mississippi State Bulldogs
While Auburn will wear all white, Mississippi State will go with a completely opposite look, as the Bulldogs will wear maroon. helmets, jerseys and pants Saturday.
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South Carolina Gamecocks
With all the attention on Hurricane Matthew, South Carolina has yet to announce what it will wear Sunday, and the Gamecocks have been known to mix things up. All you can expect is for South Carolina to don maroon jerseys.
Although Tennessee hasn’t announced its combination for Saturday’s showdown against Texas A&M, look for the Vols to wear white from head to toe as they look to continue their quest for an undefeated season.
Texas A&M Aggies
Speaking of the Aggies, Texas A&M also hasn’t released its uniform combination, but maroon helmets and jerseys as well as white pants are a safe bet in the Saturday showdown.
Vanderbilt also hasn’t announced its uniforms for its game Saturday vs. Kentucky. It’s hard to predict what the Commodores will decide to go with in the SEC East matchup.