In one of the oldest rivalries in college football history, Army and Navy take to the field once again on Saturday in the latest in Nike Pro Combat uniforms.

The Army uniforms are inspired by the 1944-1945 undefeated national championship season. West Point is displayed instead of a players' last name on the back and "Sing Second" is stitched into the collar — the winner of the game always sings after the loser. Details were even placed on the socks that reads "This We'll Defend", as well as the longitudinal coordinates of the game.

Navy's uniforms follow their traditional color scheme and the phrase "Don't Tread" will be visible throughout the entire uniform. The numbers on the uniform are based off naval ship numbers and will also have the Navy anchor on the front collar and on the pant leg.