The Brigham Young Cougars officially joined the Big 12 Conference on Saturday, and the build-up to the moment had fans curious to see what the courts and fields will look like for the various teams on the Provo, Utah, campus.
A rendering of what the football field at LaVell Edwards Stadium will look like was revealed by the BYU Football Twitter account.
According to the rendering, the end zones will be royal blue with white “BYU” lettering, and the midfield will feature a solid white oval with a royal blue “Y” in the center.
However, they made a terrible mistake with the showing of the two “XII” logos with one of them being upside-down and in the wrong spot on the field.
The Big 12 logo, hopefully in the correct spot, will be blue letters outlined in white.
It’s unclear whether BYU will change the paint from royal to navy when BYU wears navy uniforms. Aside from the painting, BYU also confirmed that it will continue to play on a natural grass field at Lavell Edwards Stadium.
Prior to beginning conference play, the Cougars will open the 2023 season with three nonconference contests, hosting Sam Houston and Southern Utah in LaVell Edwards Stadium before traveling for a road contest at Arkansas of the SEC.
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