Florida Gators decide to dress up like actual Gators for upcoming game

LOOK: Florida will wear green uniforms for the first time ever vs. Texas A&M

Florida Released Their Terrible Looking Alternate Uniforms & Fans Roasted The Hell Out of Them (TWEETS)

Florida revealed a "swamp green" alternate uniform for their match-up with the Aggies this upcoming weekend. Orange numbers will be trimmed in royal blue, while player names appear in orange. Players will also wear swamp green gloves with royal blue straps and accents and an orange swoosh.

For the record, the jersey is described as "swamp green" and "covered in a tonal gator print". The helmet, trousers and socks are rendered in the same color, but without the gator-skin treatment.

The Gators will wear an alternative "swamp green" uniform created to look like the scaly skin of an alligator.

And, of course, what custom uniform is complete without special shoes? The sockliners have sublimated Gator logos on them.

The trousers and socks are also swamp green, but don't have the scaly pattern.

Fans are already demanding to know how they can purchase the new uniform gear which will only be worn on Saturday.

A&M turned the ball over three times and was -2 in the turnover battle, and the mistakes with ball security proved to be the difference in the game.

During that matchup five years ago, Florida downed A&M, 20-17. "We feel this is an appropriate nickname for our stadium".

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