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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | September 30, 2015

Maryland football to debut ‘Black Ops’ helmets

Get excited, Call of Duty fans. Because the Maryland football team has something right up your alley.

The Terrapins take on Michigan on Saturday and will wear hand-painted ‘Black Ops’ helmets to go with their all-black alternate jerseys.

Fans are encouraged to wear all black for the evening kickoff against Jim Harbaugh’s bunch, so it should be a pretty cool scene at Byrd Stadium. Here is a look at the helmets:

The team also released a hype video featuring the new look on Twitter.

This is the first time Maryland will break out the all-black uniforms since 2012. The Black Ops helmets, however, are a first.

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