The Oregon Ducks—known by many for hundreds of innovative uniform designs—have released yet another uniform combo.
The 11th ranked Ducks are heading into a big time match-up with 16th ranked Auburn. It is serving as the feature game on Saturday's Week 1 schedule, with ESPN's College GameDay in town for the event.
As has grown custom for the Oregon program, they've release a brand new uniform for the big game.
The Ducks will don new white jerseys with green numbers. The shade of green is being referred to as "nightmare green" according to the program. Oregon will wear "nightmare green" pants, helmets and cleats as well.
Images of the new uniforms can be seen below.
The new shade of green hasn't been worn by the school. As of late, the Ducks have featured a much lighter shade of green.
The Ducks are looking to gain national respect on the big stage this Saturday. Since a national title loss to Ohio State in 2015, Oregon has just 29 wins compared to 22 losses.
A win over Auburn will not only give the Ducks bragging rights, but earn respect for the Pac-12 conference.
Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert is central to the team's hopes to get back to an elite status. The highly rated prospect returns for his senior year after a surprising decision to forego the 2019 NFL draft.
Oregon and Auburn kickoff at 7:30 PM ET on Saturday. ABC is televising the game.