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Photo: College Football Team Installing Camouflage End Zones

The majority of college football end zone designs are pretty simple. Most just feature the school's name and nickname, maybe it has a colored background.

The University of the Incarnate Word is changing things up. The San Antonio, Texas school is going with an extreme design.

Brian Wickstrom, the school's athletic director, tweeted out a photo of the end zones being made.

"Presenting the beginning of the first Camo end zones in college football...being hand-stitched by @FieldTurf - Retweet if you like. First home football game, counting today is 131-days! #SpreadTheWord," he tweeted.

Check it out:

We'll need to see it actually on the field before we make an official judgment on whether it's a good look or not.

Anything extreme is likely cool with us, though. Go crazy, Incarnate Word.

The school opens its 2018 season on Sept. 1 against New Mexico.