Here's what the Aggies' helmets will look like on Sunday.
This Sunday when the Texas A&M Aggies take the field, they'll be doing so with a unique decal on their helmets to honor those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The decal features an outline of the state of Texas, a hurricane symbol and a heart.
Today, Texas A&M released a photo of what the decal will look like on the helmets.
Check it out:
Matt Watson, assistant athletic director for equipment and apparel, explained the design:
"The thought process behind the decal was to symbolize and acknowledge what happened, as well as what we're feeling in three images combined -- the universal hurricane symbol, the outline of the State of Texas, and a heart," said Watson, per CBS Sports. "The heart is almost centered over Bryan/College Station and positioned to cover the majority of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Harvey. It is intended to show that Texas shares one heartbeat and those affected are in our hearts and that they are not alone."
Texas A&M and UCLA will kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday on FS1.