Arizona State football don Maroon Monsoon uniforms Thursday
Arizona State football are sporting its Maroon Monsoon uniforms in its Thursday night game that will air on ESPN at 6 p.m.
Head coach Herm Edwards will try to improve his season record to 4-3 against a Stanford squad that rattled off four straight wins before losing its last two. The Sun Devils, coming off a bye week, have gone 1-3 since its 2-1 start, but have yet to lose by more than one touchdown.
The ASU football twitter account tweeted a video with the uniform combination.
🚨 MAROON MONSOON GAMEDAY 🚨
— Sun Devil Football (@ASUFootball) October 18, 2018
The maroon jersey is embroidered with gold lettering and stitched patches. It also features darker design elements including a star with lines coming out to replicate the state flag above the numbering.
The maroon helmet has a large, golden pitchfork across the side and the small golden letters “PT42” above the facemask.
The cleats are maroon with golden laces and a white Adidas logo. The gloves, also maroon, have a golden Adidas logo.
ASU has also used combinations including a black-out against Michigan State and a white-out against San Diego State.