Colorado State football has submitted their entry for Uniform of the Year.
The Rams — 2-2 after wins over Oregon State and Abilene Christian and losses to Colorado and Alabama — are using their Week 4 bye to prepare for a Sept. 30 trip to Hawai'i and upcoming conference schedule. They're also using it to unveil incredible State Pride uniforms for their late-season game against Boise State.
"Our partnership with Under Armour provides for specialty uniforms and the UA Design Team does a tremendous job driving the creative process," said CSU athletics director Joe Parker. "The use of our iconic state flag as the base element for this uniforms speaks to the pride across Colorado for the university and also our mission as a land grant institution."
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Here's a look at the Under Armour uniforms they'll wear on Nov. 11 vs. the Broncos.
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— CSU Rams Football (@CSUFootball) September 21, 2017
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