Found October 02, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:

The Brigham Young University football team is the latest school to adopt all-black uniforms. On Monday, the Cougars unveiled some new unis for their Oct. 13 "blackout" game against Oregon State. It appears as though the conservatively-minded institution has finally turned to the dark side.

The new digs feature royal blue trim around the numbers and down the side of the pants, as well as a change in the color scheme for the logo on the helmets. The new helmets boast a royal blue "Y" and a white circle instead of the traditional other way around.

I'm in favor of them. How about you?

Helmet tap to Lost Letterman for the find.
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