The Arizona Wildcats wore their ‘State Pride’ uniform for their big Pac-12 showdown on Saturday against Oregon.
Then they proceeded to lose to the Ducks, 85-58.
The Ducks, ranked No. 13 in the country had a 38-18 lead on the Wildcats ranked No. 5, at the half.
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They didn’t slow down after that, ending Arizona’s 15-game win streak. Oregon has now won 40 games in a row at home.
Arizona fell to 21-3 overall. Oregon improved to 21-3.
Both teams are now 10-1 in the Pac-12.
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Oregon wore its own special uniforms for the game, wearing a yellow and black combination.
Arizona has multiple uniform options this season, including The “State Pride” alternate uniform, which is red with copper lettering and piping.
It also has a “Dawn” home uniform, which is white with red and red stripes; a “Desert Fog” home uniform, which is white with blue lettering and no vertical stripes; a “Desert Ops” alternate uniform that is white with gold lettering and no stripes; a “Sunset” road uniform that is red with dark blue lettering and white stripes; a “Kay Yow” alternate uniform that is black with pink lettering and stripes and a “Twilight” road uniform that is blue with red lettering and white stripes.
The Wildcats also wore special U.S.S. Arizona uniforms against Michigan State in the Armed Forces Classic.
This is the Wildcats’ first uniform update since the 2014-15 season.
We’re not uniform experts, but we think the Wildcats might want to rename those ‘State Pride’ uniforms after Saturday’s loss.
We didn’t see much pride on the court in that one.
The Ducks won the swag showdown in Eugene.
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