The secret's out.
With reports during the offseason of the Oklahoma State football program hoping to become the "Oregon of the Midwest." the Cowboys took that step with the release of their new Nike uniforms on Thursday. OSU didn't confirm early Thursday but the quarterback was tweeting about them.
Images of the new uniforms were first leaked Wednesday night on the PistolsFiring blog.
Oklahoma State has not yet made an official release about the new uniforms from Nike.
According to images on the blog, the Cowboys have added gray to their primary color scheme for their uniforms, now giving them four schemes to build around: orange, white, black and gray. There will also be a new gray color for helmets, giving OSU white, gray and black helmet colors, according to the blog.
Some of the big changes to the uniforms can be seen on the pants.
The new look has a two-stripe theme running down the pant legs, reminiscent of the pant style used in the 1980s when Mike Gundy was a quarterback for the Cowboys.
There is also a Pistol Pete logo on the hip of the pants.
There is a video already posted on YouTube featuring the new OSU uniforms.
Cowboy quarterback Brandon Weeden chimed in Thursday on Twitter about the new uniforms, "Now that all of our fans have seen the new uniforms I hope everyone likes them as much as we do as players! They look good!"