Missouri has yet to win an SEC game this season. However, there’s a good chance that changes Saturday.

This week, the Tigers are going on the road to face Vanderbilt, which is 2-6 and also winless in conference matchups. In fact, the Commodores have lost 17 straight games against SEC opponents. So Mizzou seems likely to extend that streak.

On Thursday, the Tigers revealed their uniform combination for the matchup. They’ll be wearing black helmets, white jerseys and white pants for the contest:

Missouri enters this game at 3-4, but it’s lost all 3 of its SEC games — matchups against Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas A&M. The Tigers are also looking for their first road win, as they’re currently 0-2 with losses at Kentucky and Boston College.

Mizzou leads its all-time series against Vandy, 8-4-1, and it has won 4 of the past 5 meetings. That includes in 2020, when the Tigers beat the Commodores, 41-0, in Columbia. Missouri last won in Nashville in 2017.

Missouri and Vanderbilt are set to kick off on Saturday at 3 p.m. ET on SEC Network.