Which Pac-12 Program presented the best unique design this past season?
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1. Oregon "Ohana"
In November, the Ducks unveiled "Ohana" uniforms that honored Polynesian culture. It was an outstanding tribute to the many Poly players who have helped build Oregon into the power they are today. Oregon then went out and defeated UCLA 38-35 on their way to an eventual Pac-12 Championship.
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2. Arizona State 1975 Throwbacks
ASU unveiled throwback uniforms for their contest against UCLA in December. The retro threads were a tribute the 1975 Sun Devils that went 12-0 and featured an old-school logo on the helmet as well.
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3. Washington "Blackout" Uniforms
The Huskies seem to always play at a special level when they wear their all-black uniforms and this time was no different as the Huskies crushed Arizona in dominant fashion. The all-black uniforms created by Adidas were inspired by the black and white of the UW mascot.
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4. Oregon "Wolf Grey"
If not for the loss to Cal, these uniforms would have likely been remembered more fondly. The helmets were simply outstanding and the green numbers were a great contrast to the grey uniforms.
5. Arizona "Battle Gray"
For Military Appreciation Night, the Wildcats unveiled special uniforms to honor the Troops. The gray, red and blue looked great together and this should become a staple alternate uniform for the Wildcats to break out on special occasions.
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