TCU unveiled new uniforms at its spring game on Friday.
The school's Nike Mach Speed Uniform comes in three colors and features a frog skin pattern.
The TCU Nike Mach Speed Uniform features the latest innovations in lightweight fabric built for maximum speed, ventilation and comfort. The new uniform design is one of the first to include a full sublimated pattern on the jersey and pants. Like the fierce, desert-dwelling mascot, the horned frog, the TCU football team uses speed, quickness and defensive tactics to outwit opponents. The horned frog's scaly body armor inspires the new sublimated pattern -- a digital evolution of the program's existing lizard skin pattern. Covering the entire jersey, and extending through the pant, the motif embodies the fearless attitude that defines both the mascot and the team.
The sublimated horned frog skin pattern also appears on both of the team's two helmet designs. On the primary purple helmet, the pattern creates a base for a white center stripe and bold, crisp "TCU" markings on the side. The combination is reversed on the white helmet.
The Horned Frogs finished 12-1 last season after beating Ole Miss, 42-3, in the Peach Bowl.
SI.com ranked them second in its way-too-early Top 25.