Florida Gators to debut alternative alligator-inspired uniforms

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)

The Florida Gators have unveiled new Gator-themed uniforms for this weekend's game against Texas A&M and they are disgusting.

Here are the head-to-toe details of this alternate uniform. The Gator Head logo appears on one side of the helmet, which is another first for Florida. Player numbers are orange with royal blue trim.

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

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

For the record, the jersey is described as "swamp green" and "covered in a tonal gator print".

-The jersey will showcase a scaled pattern, with royal blue sleeves. And the Internet immediately hated the new looks.

They are an ode to "The Swamp", the nickname given to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 25 years ago. A swamp is hot and sticky and can be risky. That will change for their upcoming game against Texas A&M, in which the Gators will dress up like actual Gators. Jim McElwain is 13-2 at home after going unbeaten in unbeaten in "The Swamp" previous year.

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