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Pac-12 uniform watch: Oregon honors state history, Utah goes retro

Oct 10, 2015

It's a busy week in Pac-12 fashion. The Oregon Ducks salute their state with Lewis and Clark inspired alternates, Utah goes retro for a College GameDay appointment against Cal, and Arizona State hopes to black out the Buffs.


From their helmets to their socks, the Ducks are saluting the state of Oregon with a special alternate that will also remember the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Roseburg, Ore., last week. The helmets alone honor the state’s heritage with Native American tribes, a 33-star United States flag, and an image of Lewis and Clark.

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It’s homecoming and College GameDay week wrapped into one. Utah’s retro look is on fleek for a showdown against Cal. The Utes are bringing back their overlapping UU logo.

Arizona State

The Sun Devils want to black out the Buffs and will do so by suiting up for the cause. The helmets, complete with enlarged yellow pitchfork on one side and the player numbers on the other, cap a fresh look for ASU.


Colorado will wear black pants, white helmets, and white jerseys in a visit to Tempe.

Oregon State

To remember victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting, the Beavers will play in Tucson with a UCC ribbon on the back of their black helmets. Oregon State will also be wearing black pants and white jerseys.


Arizona breaks out the white tops as it hosts Oregon State this week. Blue jerseys and pants will complement the look.


A hostile environment awaits the Golden Bears for GameDay in Salt Lake City, but California is looking clean with blue tops and white uniforms.


Washington upset a ranked Trojan team Thursday wearing black tops and pants to go with road white jerseys.


It was classic cardinal tops and jerseys paired with gold pants for USC on Thursday.