Arizona State unveils uniform combination vs. Colorado
The Arizona State Sun Devils football team unveiled their uniform combination for their upcoming Pac-12 matchup on Saturday.
ASU will be rocking a maroon-white-maroon combo against the Colorado Buffaloes in Boulder, as modeled by redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Omarr Norman-Lott.
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The Sun Devils’ helmets look similar to the ones they wore against Eastern Michigan on Sept. 17, which were iridescent maroon and shined with a gold tint when hit by light.
This week’s helmets seem to have added a white outline around the pitchfork on the right side and the respective player’s number on the left side.
The white jerseys will feature a maroon name and number with a gold outline, while the all-gold pants have a vertical pitchfork on the right hip.
However, which ASU quarterback will be starting in these uniforms is yet to be determined, as interim head coach Shaun Aguano announced on Monday that there was a “true” QB competition this week between Emory Jones and Trenton Bourguet.
On the other sideline, Colorado junior quarterback J.T. Shrout will get the start for interim head coach Mike Sanford, as freshman Owen McCown is unable to suit up, according to Buffaloes beat writer Brian Howell.
Arizona State takes on Colorado at 4:30 p.m. on Arizona Sports 98.7.