Pac-12 uniform watch: Arizona rocks red vs. Trojans
Saturday promises to be a make-or-break day for a handful of Pac-12 teams, and each school will be putting their best foot, helmet and jersey forward as they roll out their uniform choices for today's games.
Stanford’s defense became the first Pac-12 unit to slow down Connor Halliday and the Cardinal did it in their all black, looking – remaining undefeated when they go with a black out, beating Washington State 34-17 Friday night.
5-0 all-time in black: '13 vs UW 31-28 '12 vs UCLA 27-24; vs Duke 50-13 '11 vs UCLA 45-19 '10 vs Wake Forest 68-24 pic.twitter.com/0VxaxlbazI
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) October 11, 2014
Washington State hit the field in Palo Alto wearing gray pants, white jerseys and crimson helmets.
— WSUCougFootball (@wsucougfb) October 11, 2014
Oregon found success the last time they played in LA, wearing “White Vapor” uniforms in a 62-51 win over USC in 2012, and it looks like the Ducks are hoping that they can continue their winning in white in the City of Angels. They will be wearing an all white look against UCLA Saturday.
— Oregon Football (@WinTheDay) October 11, 2014
Meanwhile, the homestanding Bruins are keeping it classy and traditional with their familiar UCLA blue jerseys with gold helmets and gold pants.
1 hour until kickoff. #GoBruins #BeatOregon #UOvsUCLA
Washington will take the field in Berkeley with a classic look sporting gold helmets, white jerseys and purple pants.
— UW Football (@UW_Football) October 9, 2014
Cal stuck with a traditional look as well, going with Berkeley blue helmets and jerseys and California gold pants.
— Sonny Dykes (@CALCoachDykes) October 10, 2014
As Arizona announced earlier in the week, the 'Cats are rocking an all-red uni accented by blue lids for their showdown with USC.
— Arizona Athletics (@AZATHLETICS) October 11, 2014
As usual, USC keeps it simple with it's cardinal helmets, white jerseys and gold pants.
— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) October 12, 2014
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