PHOTO: TCU's new football uniforms unveiled

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TCU is gearing up for the start of college football season with brand new uniforms.

The TCU Horned Frogs will be wearing new Nike uniforms when they take on LSU during the opening week of the college football season. TCU released the uniforms on Friday after a slight delay. It was worth the wait.

And a shot of the back of TCU's new helmet.

Nike has even more photos to view at its website.

The Horned Frogs' new uniforms have a touch of red, because after all, Horned Frogs shoot blood out of their eyes as a mode of self defense. They're certainly going to need as much help as they can get against LSU in Week 1.

If you want to watch a real horned frog shoot blood out of his eyes and get excited about TCU's 2013 football season, check out the teaser video for the new uniforms.

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