After Chris Ash came out and publicly ripped Rutgers’ uniforms, you knew it was going to be a matter of time before Rutgers busted out a new look.

On Tuesday, they announced just that.

Chris Ash himself was the one who unveiled the uniforms which this video:

Ash’s biggest problem with Rutgers’ uniforms when he was at Ohio State was the fact that he couldn’t see the numbers. Now, they stand out in the style that he wants.

The old uniforms were put in place in 2012. These, as Ash said, are part of a new era.

Here’s a better look at what Rutgers will look like in 2016:

Football won’t be the only team getting a facelift. According to a release, all 24 Rutgers teams will showcase consistent colors, logos, lettering and numerals over the course of the next few seasons. The football uniforms offer a very traditional look, with visibly larger numbers, chainmail pattern and new helmets.

In other words, say goodbye to the alternates that became a constant throughout the Kyle Flood era. Rutgers is going back to its traditional look from the beginning of the 21st century.

And if Ash has his way, the Rutgers brand will be more recognizable.