As promised, a new Garth Brooks song called "Pure Adrenaline" opened the SEC Game of the Week on CBS this weekend. The new theme song kicked off UCLA's game against Texas A&M.

While a new, customized version of "Pure Adrenaline" will kick off the weekend series every Saturday, it will also appear on the singer's upcoming studio album, which he's in the studio working on. Fan get a 30 second clip in the SEConCBS tweet above. It's a rocker that goes:

"Now it's kicking in / Pure adrenaline / No one's every been where you're standing ... Time to dial it in / Pure adrenaline."  

The football game ended up being a wild Texas A&M win, one of a number of last second games in college football over the weekend. Brooks' college loyalties lie with Oklahoma State University. That's where he earned his advertising degree and played on the school's track team.

Not much is known about Brooks' upcoming studio album, his second since coming out of retirement in 2014. During a series of Facebook Live chats he's revealed song titles like "Live Again" and "Lay Down and Dance."

“The theme of this album is starting to be summer all year long," he said last week. "We’re all starting to dress like summer.”

On Thursday Brooks will play Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for the very first time.

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