Arizona State announced this week it will wear throwback uniforms on Dec. 5 against UCLA in honor of the program’s most recent undefeated season.
The uniforms are reminiscent of what the Sun Devils wore in 1975, including ASU’s sunburst logo on both sides of the gold helmet, a maroon jersey with a Sparky patch on each shoulder and gold pants with a traditional striping pattern.
There are some small differences, though, including the sleeve stripes being added to the undershirt to make up for a tighter template. The jersey also includes Pat Tillman patch on the front collar and an “ASU 1975” patch on the back collar.
The look is complete with black cleats with white laces and white socks that feature the a maroon, gold and white striping pattern. The aforementioned sunburst logo can also be seen on the palms of new Adidas gloves.
Arizona State went 12-0 in 1975, including a win over sixth-ranked Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl. The Sun Devils – who were coached by Frank Kush and played in the Western Athletic Conference at the time – finished the season at No. 2, their highest-ever ranking in the AP Poll.
Photos courtesy of @ASUFootball on Twitter.