Social Media Went Nuts Over Player’s Very Visible Dong From BYU’s New Uniform Unveiling (PICS + TWEETS)

The BYU football uniform options got a lot more intricate as the program introduced new looks a few days ago. New royal and navy helmets and jerseys will be part of the rotation for the 2021 season, bringing the total uniform combinations to 26.

A lot of players took their social media to show themselves off rocking the new threads, but nobody got as much attention as Sol-Jay Maiava-Peters. The BYU Quarterback posted his pictures, but somebody forgot to do a bit of editing as you could seriously see the imprint of his penis on his picture.

Um yeah. Here’s how social media reacted:

“It’s been exciting to see the reaction of the players as we introduced these new helmets that are part of their future but based on our proud past,” said BYU head coach Kalani Sitake. “BYU’s football tradition was built through many decades of success by those who wore the uniform representing the Cougars. Our players, former players, and Cougar Nation all value this great tradition of BYU football. We want the helmet and various uniform combinations to honor those who built the program and inspire those who will carry it forward.”

The school will announce when the new uniforms will make their debut later in the year.