Oregon State Beavers Unveil 2001 Fiesta Bowl Throwback Uniforms

The Oregon State football program will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its victory in the 2001 Fiesta Bowl by wearing throwback uniforms during Saturday’s game against Arizona State (10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN).

The all-black Nike uniforms are much simpler than what the team wears now, as they feature white numbers with an orange drop shadow and an orange collar and cuffs. There’s also a throwback “Beavers” script on the chest.

The helmet displays the program’s “Angry Beaver” logo on both sides, where it was from 1999 until an athletic department-wide rebrand in 2012. That same logo, sans the script, can be seen on the left hip, as well.

Oregon State went 11-1 overall and 7-1 in the Pac-10 in 2000, sharing the conference title with Washington and Oregon – the Beavers’ first conference title since 1964. They finished the season with a 41-9 win over No. 10 Notre Dame to reach 11 wins, which remains a program record to this day.

The program will induct that team and former head coach Dennis Erickson, who also led the Sun Devils from 2007-11, into its athletics Hall of Fame on Friday night. They’ll also be honored during Saturday’s game.

Photos courtesy of @BeaverFootball on Twitter.