On Monday, the Aggie FB Lifestyle Twitter account began teasing us with a crazy pattern that will supposedly be incorporated into Texas A&M uniforms on Nov. 30, against Missouri. The pattern is a type of dazzle camoflage, used on ships in World War I to make it difficult to gauge their distance and speed.
But just when we were getting used to the patterns they threw out on Monday, they threw us for another loop with this dazzle camo'd Swagcopter. And I gotta say, whoever did this photoshop knows what they're doing.
So this begs the question, what will they put dazzle camo on next? Thanks to our connections within the A&M Athletic Department, we have the answers. These are the photos that the "credentialed media" doesn't want you to see.