About two hours before kick off on Saturday against Mississippi State, Georgia made official what had been rumored for several days. The Bulldogs will wear black jerseys under the lights at Sanford Stadium.

It’s been four years since the Bulldogs wore black jerseys, as they last did it against Louisiana-Lafayette in 2016, coach Kirby Smart’s first season.

The black jersey conversation has largely been divided over age among the Georgia faithful, as younger fans and recruits prefer them, while older fans and traditionalists like the classic look.

Georgia debuted black jerseys in surprise fashion against Auburn in 2007, which was a 45-20 win at Sanford Stadium. The Bulldogs wore the black jerseys again for Hawaii in the Jan. 1, 2008 Sugar Bowl, a 41-10 victory. The black jerseys fell somewhat out of favor after Georgia wore the black jerseys and lost to Alabama in 2008, 41-30.

The Bulldogs are also expected to start JT Daniels at quarterback as they try to get back on track on offense following a loss against Florida two weeks ago. In that game, starter Stetson Bennett injured his shoulder. Daniels has not seen any action this season as he continued to recover from a knee injury suffered at Southern Cal last season before his transfer to Athens.

Daniels and the black jerseys will be the main storylines for the Bulldogs tonight.

Georgia released a hype video along with the reveal.