College football: Colorado State unveils State Pride uniforms for Nov. 11 game against Boise State
FORT COLLINS, Colo.— The Colorado State football program and CSU Athletics' official apparel provider Under Armour unveiled today a special State Pride uniform that the Rams will wear for their Nov. 11 home game vs. Boise State.
A line of State Pride apparel that fans may purchase is on sale now at both Ram Zone locations—Old Town Fort Collins and the stadium—as well as the CSU Bookstore, the Rams Bookstore and Dicks Sporting Goods at Centerra. Scheels, which opens Sept. 30 in Johnstown, also will carry the special State Pride apparel.
"Our partnership with Under Armour provides for specialty uniforms and the UA design team does a tremendous job driving the creative process," said Joe Parker, Director of Athletics. "The use of our iconic state flag as the base element for this uniform speaks to the pride across Colorado for the University and also our mission as a land grant institution."
The State Pride uniforms are white and incorporate elements of the Colorado state flag, with the helmet and jersey displaying the red and gold "C" and the pants including a patch of the flag at the left hip. The royal blue stripes of the flag run along the center of the helmet from front to back, and down the outside of each pant leg. Jersey numbers are royal with red trim, and the words "Colorado State" appear in royal above the number on the front of the jersey.
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Under Armour is in its fifth year as the official apparel and uniform provider for Colorado State's athletics programs. The partnership originated in 2013 and a multi-year renewal began in 2016. In addition to the standard home and away uniforms and the Ag Day orange jerseys for the football team, Under Armour has produced an all-gray uniform that debuted in 2016.