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Photo: Mizzou Wearing All-White Uniforms Saturday vs. BYU

After an eventful week on campus, the Missouri football team heads to Arrowhead Stadium this Saturday to take on BYU. The Tigers will be wearing a new uniform for the contest.

Thursday, Missouri confirmed that it will be wearing all-white threads with black numbers and an "anthracite Tiger stripe overlay" for the game. The Tigers will also don white helmets. The school made sure to note that the decision on the design came before the season started. Here's more:

Prior to the season, Mizzou Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment Don Barnes came up with a uniform concept that Mizzou had never worn: a white base jersey-pant combo with black numbers and an anthracite Tiger stripe overlay accompanied by a white helmet equipped with a chrome secondary Tiger logo and facemask. The uniform combination will also feature gloves with the anthracite Tiger stripe pattern. Sticking with tradition, Barnes and the entire Football staff decided that Arrowhead would be the perfect place to unveil the new uniform combination. Below is a look at the history of special uniforms worn at Arrowhead.

Here's a photo of the look.

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Missouri fans - what do you think?