There are still over six months between now and the start of Michigan State’s 2021 football season. But the Spartans are still showing off a brand new look for the upcoming year.

Friday, Michigan State unveiled a brand new helmet which the team will sport this coming fall. It’s a basketball-inspired “Script State” helmet that pays homage to the old Spartans basketball jerseys. With March Madness just around the corner, it seemed like the perfect time for the athletic department to reveal the look.

Below is the video, which was shared on Twitter:

Michigan State has experimented with plenty of jersey and helmet looks over the past few seasons, but this one seems to be a winner. Right now, it appears that the helmet is the only part of the uniform with the “Script State” logo.

The Spartans are coming off a 2-5 year in 2020, Mel Tucker’s first season in East Lansing. They notched wins over in-state rival Michigan and No. 8 Northwestern, some impressive victories in an up-and-down campaign.

Michigan State is set to open the 2021 season against Northwestern in Evanston on Saturday, Sept. 4.