SEC football team’s helmet design is getting a makeover

The SEC is set to unveil a new helmet design next month that will be inspired by the design of Tennessee Vols football team members.

The SEC announced Thursday that it has created a new design for its helmets, and will unveil it in the coming weeks.

The helmet is the latest in a series of high-profile changes that have taken place at the SEC.

The league is also set to announce a new commissioner in the next few weeks.

In November, the SEC announced that it would change its mascot from the white horse and crows to a red-haired, blue-eyed lion, a design that fans have praised.

In April, the league also announced it would rename its logo to the “SEC Championship.”

The SEC will be unveiling its new helmet logo on March 3 in Atlanta.

It will then make its debut on the field on March 10.

The new design was created by designer Tom Moore and will be unveiled during the conference championship game between Florida State and Georgia on Saturday.

The unveiling of the new helmet was announced ahead of the SEC Championship game.