The Razorbacks are set to open the Sam Pittman era on Saturday against Georgia, and have decided to do it with a “classic, clean” uniform combination.

Arkansas will wear a red jersey and white pants with the red helmet to take on the Bulldogs in a game that on paper looks to be one of the more lopsided affairs across the SEC this week.

Georgia fans, and coach Kirby Smart, will be hard-pressed to hold any ill will for the opponent this week because of how much Pittman contributed to Georgia’s success in recent years as its popular offensive line coach.

Earlier this week, Smart said at a press conference that Pittman, “helped build the foundation of what we have now.”

In four years as Georgia’s offensive line coach, including last season when he was also listed as an associate head coach, Pittman helped upgrade the Bulldogs’ offensive line to one of the best in America.

Pittman was a top Arkansas assistant before being hired by Smart in 2016, and the Georgia coach added that “every offensive lineman that he had coached there prior to coming back here he had a really special relationship with, and they tried to keep him there. We were lucky to get him. He certainly contributed to our success.”