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Notre Dame Shows Off Another New Aspect Of Playoff Uniform

Notre Dame's Chase Claypool makes a diving catch.

SOUTH BEND, IN - OCTOBER 13: Chase Claypool #83 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish tries make the catch after the pass interference on Dane Jackson #11 of the Pittsburgh Panthers in the second half at Notre Dame Stadium on October 13, 2018 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)

Fans of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish still don't know exactly what the team's uniform will be like when they take on Clemson next weekend, but we did get a new image of another part of the uniform.

On Sunday, Notre Dame's uniform-maker Under Armour teased a new image of the Cotton Bowl uniform.

The cleats will be kelly green with gold, while the helmet will be gold.

On the bottom of the white jersey will be the embroidered words "God. Country. Notre Dame."

The Fighting Irish and the Tigers have played each other only three times before. The most recent match was in 2015, when the Tigers won 24-22.

Prior to that, the two sides split a home-and-home series in 1977 and 1979.

The Cotton Bowl Classic will mark the first time that the two sides play in a bowl game.

Notre Dame made it to the College Football Playoff after going 12-0 in the regular season, while Clemson also went undefeated en route to an ACC title.