Arizona State University, which became the first school in Arizona in 2012 to use its team uniforms to honor the state’s long history as a top copper-producing state, is also the first college football program in the state to incorporate copper into all aspects of the uniform.
— ASU The numbers on the back of the jerseys feature an ombre design, fading from white to copper. A side view reveals the detailed copper accents throughout the design. The team will wear all-white gloves and cleats with the uniforms.A side The pitchfork remains dominant, and the numbers keep their font and include a fade, similar to the black uniforms, from white to copper. The team will wear all-white gloves and cleats with the uniforms. The uniforms honor the late Pat Tillman with the PT patch located on the front of the jersey. The pitchfork remains dominant, and the numbers keep their font and include a fade, similar to the black uniforms, from white to copper. Pat Tillman's initials are found throughout the design to pay tribute to the late football player. The Devils now have four options for their jerseys and five for their pants, and the uniform’s exclusive color and concept features the same design as previous combinations. This is the team’s 10th distinctive helmet design in three seasons and its unique aspects include a copper chrome facemask and decals, as well as a copper chrome stripe down the middle.
The uniform encompasses two colors: copper and anthracite.The football program wanted to create a unique way to expand the school’s image and honor the state’s heritage, as well as uphold the university’s brand standards.