ASU Sun Devils To Feature White, Black, Maroon, Gold Helmets (PHOTOS)

The Arizona St. Sun Devils will really be giving themselves huge makeovers this season when it comes to their uniforms. Those wardrobe shifts will also be reflected on their headgear as well, as ASU football will show off helmets with four different color schemes. Gold, maroon, black, and white will be the multiple top-style looks for ASU football, reports Patrick Finley of the Arizona Daily Star. They will wear gold helmets for their opening game against UC Davis and debut the black helmets in a Black Out versus Missouri.

You should be able to see all of the new potential looks for ASU by going to this site and changing things up a bit.

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Here's the original gold helmet, which shouldn't change too much from the original design. It's a pretty polished look compared to the Acme-ified helmet logo the Sun Devils are used to wearing.

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Here's the all-black look that the Devils will be sporting in Week 2 against the Missouri Tigers.

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Here's the maroon look that will assuredly confuse everyone if they plan on using it against the USC Trojans.

And here's the white helmet look that a reader of UniWatch dug up. These aren't four bad-looking styles.

Which helmet do you like the best?

For more on ASU football, go to House of Sparky.

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