Indiana will be wearing these uniforms as the Hoosiers head to Ohio to take on Cincinnati.

The team revealed the threads in a tweet released on Saturday.

It’s not the first time Indiana uniforms have made headlines. Last season, freshman running back David Holloman took the field in a jersey reading “Indinia”.

Saturday’s uniforms are a departure from the standard away game uniforms of cream jerseys, crimson pants and crimson helmets with the popular “block I” logo. The standard away-game uniforms are a throwback to a successful period in the team’s history.

“The Hoosiers will wear these uniforms on the road to mirror those worn by Coach Bill Mallory’s teams from the early 1990s” the school previously stated. The Hoosiers were wearing the standard away game uniform when they lost to Cincinnati 38-24 last season.

We’ll see if the new uniforms will be enough to help catapult the Hoosiers to victory on Saturday.