Louisiana Monroe went all out with camo jerseys for 'Camo Out' night (Photo)

Nick Bromberg
Louisiana-Monroe wide receiver Tre' Perrier (80) catches the game-winning touchdown as Troy cornerback Keion Payne defends during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Troy, Ala., Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013. Louisiana-Monroe beat Troy 49-37
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Louisiana-Monroe wide receiver Tre' Perrier (80) catches the game-winning touchdown as Troy cornerback Keion Payne defends during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Troy, Ala., Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013. Louisiana-Monroe beat Troy 49-37. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

Louisiana Monroe asked all its fans to wear camo for its "Camo Out" night promotion against Wake Forest. And since the team expected fans to wear camo, it had to follow suit too.

The Warhawks are wearing camoflauge uniforms against the Demon Deacons, and yes, they're as hideous as you think.

We can confirm that the camo did not make the ULM players blend in with the field, however. On its first possession of the game, the Warhawks had a punt blocked that went into the end zone for a Wake Forest touchdown.

In case you missed it before or want to see it again, here's the ridiculous commercial promoting the game.

Willie Robertson was in attendance. Duck Dynasty is filmed in Monroe, La.

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