Arizona State to wear 'Brotherhood' uniforms honoring Sun Devils who served

The Arizona State Sun Devils and adidas gave us a sneak peak at their new Brotherhood uniforms on Monday.

The uniform-helmet combo is intended to honor late ASU football player Pat Tillman and all Sun Devils who have served in the armed forces. The camouflage helmet lists the names of all ASU players and coaches who served.

The uniforms will be worn during ASU's home game vs. Colorado on Saturday, Nov. 4, one week before Veterans Day. That game will begin at 6 p.m. Arizona time.

"Obviously the most important thing to me is what we're celebrating that week, and that's the people that put their life on the line and sacrifice for us every day that we can do this game like we do it," ASU coach Todd Graham said Monday.

"It's a big honor for me. So few pay the price for so many in this country, and sometimes I think we take that for granted. That will be a special deal to honor a special Sun Devil, Pat Tillman, and all the people that serve and defend our great country."

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