Arizona State Will Honor Pat Tillman, Veterans with 'Brotherhood' Uniforms

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistOctober 23, 2017

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Arizona State will partner with the Pat Tillman Foundation to commemorate active U.S. military members and veterans with "Brotherhood" uniforms.

According to Adidas' news release, the Sun Devils will wear the special gear on Nov. 4 when they host Colorado. 

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Tillman, who led ASU to the Rose Bowl in the 1996 season, later left the NFL to enlist in the U.S. Army with his brother, Kevin. He died in a friendly fire incident while serving in Afghanistan.

The school will honor his sacrifice with tan jerseys inspired by standard Army uniforms and designs recalling the 1996-97 team. Per Adidas, the back of each player's helmet lists the names of former and current ASU players and coaches who have served or are serving in the military. 

"Brotherhood" product will be available for sale, with part of the proceeds going to the Pat Tillman Foundation.

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