Pac-12 uniform watch: Oregon pulls out the 'Sonic Boom' for Michigan State
Huge day for Oregon, which means it's time to pull out the Sonic Boom uniforms. They're bright yellow, more yellow and silver helmets with wavelength graphics.
— Oregon Football (@WinTheDay) September 6, 2014
— Rocket ♛ (@OMEGAKELLEYY) September 6, 2014
Stanford is wearing white helmets and pants in the other marquee matchup of the day, an intraconference showdown vs. USC.
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) September 6, 2014
The Trojans will face Stanford at The Farm with their cardinal helmets, white jerseys and gold pants.
Chris Petersen's Huskies will run out gold helmets and pants sandwiching the new, electric-looking purple jerseys in their 2014 home debut. Be sure to check out all the details that are included in Washington's new uniforms.
Here is the uniform combination the Huskies will wear against Eastern Washington on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/jznm5kYXr7
— UW Football (@UW_Football) September 5, 2014
Sacramento State visits Berkeley, where the Golden Bears will be wearing blue jerseys and gold pants. Matte blue helmets will top it off.
— Sonny Dykes (@CALCoachDykes) September 5, 2014
Fresh off a win against Idaho State, the Utes host Fresno State with red tops, red helmets and white shorts.
— UtesEquipment (@UtesEquipment) September 6, 2014
It looks like ASU will visit New Mexico wearing gold helmets and pants to go with white jerseys.
Away lockers are set. We put inspirational pictures in lockers on the road too. pic.twitter.com/cJOXy94F7c
— SunDevilEquipment (@SunDevilEquip) September 6, 2014
Washington State lost on the road to Nevada on Friday night and finds itself picking up the pieces after losing its first two games. Some good news: the Cougs' uniform combos are the least of their concerns.
— WSUCougFootball (@wsucougfb) September 6, 2014
Arizona snuck past the UTSA Roadrunners on Thursday with a 26-23 win for 'Merica. The Wildcats wore red helmets, white jerseys and blue pants in front of a rowdy crowd at the Alamodome.
— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) September 5, 2014