Utah and Oregon have unveiled their uniform combinations for the Pac-12 Championship game.
The No. 17 Utes will be wearing white helmets with black jerseys, pants and cleats.
Utah’s uniform combination was chosen by Utah’s captains — Cameron Rising, Britain Covey, Keegan Markgraf, Devin Lloyd and Mika Tafua — according to the Utes’ Equipment Twitter account.
“We wear what the captains choose to wear. They earned it and we are fired up about what they have chosen. We will always be a players first program.”
Because we wear what the captains choose to wear. They earned it and we are fired up about what they have chosen. We will always be a players first program.— UtesEquipment (@UtesEquipment) December 1, 2021
Utah is the designated home team for the game due to having a better conference record.
The No. 10 Ducks will be wearing a dark green helmet, white “eggshell” jerseys, black pants and “galaxy” cleats.
Oregon’s “eggshell” uniforms were unveiled earlier this season and were worn against UCLA on Oct. 23. The white jerseys with dark green speckles are meant to resemble a duck’s egg.
The Ducks will also be wearing “Galaxy” Vaporposite cleats. The design is a spinoff of the Nike Galaxy Foamposite sneakers that were released during NBA All-Star Weekend in 2012.
The Utes and Ducks will meet in Las Vegas on Friday (6 p.m. MST, ABC) with the Pac-12 championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl on the line.