Missouri has an opportunity to record its first winning streak of the season on Saturday. But it will have to take down a red-hot opponent to do so.

The Tigers are set to host No. 21 Texas A&M, which is coming off a huge upset victory over Alabama. Mizzou snapped a 2-game losing streak last Saturday with a 48-35 win over North Texas, but it’s still seeking its first SEC win of the season.

On Thursday, the Tigers revealed that they’ll be wearing black helmets, black jerseys and white pants for the matchup with the Aggies:

Missouri has fared well at home to open the year, going 3-1 at Faurot Field thus far. However, this is going to be the Tigers’ first game against a ranked opponent, so they’re going to be tested.

Mizzou has won each of its past 2 meetings with Texas A&M — and 5 of its past 6 — but the schools haven’t faced off since 2014. The Aggies lead the all-time series, 8-7.

Missouri and Texas A&M are set to kick off on Saturday at noon ET on SEC Network.