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ASU Football: Sun Devils unveil 'Desert Hammer' jerseys

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Because there's no such thing as too many uniform choices in today's college football.

[UPDATE: An earlier version of this article suggested "Desert Hammer" will most likely be worn for Arizona State's Oct. 29 home game against Oregon. An ASU spokesman said it won't be worn then.]

Despite the Arizona State Sun Devils' early-season struggles, ASU is still taking the "look good, play good" mentality to heart.

On Sunday night, the Sun Devils released their Desert Fuel "Desert Hammer" uniform combination, which is the Adidas update of the team's threads they wore last season against Notre Dame.

The notable change to "Desert Fuel" is switching the copper-striped white helmets to anthracite lids. Like Arizona State's black jersey, the gradient number pattern has also gone away.

"Desert Hammer" seems similar to the Sun Devils' "Desert Ice" uniforms they sported in this season's opener against Texas A&M:

"Desert Hammer" pays homage to Arizona State's hammer, which the team has made as a cornerstone since coach Todd Graham took over as head coach prior to the 2012 season. The Sun Devils use it to break rocks with messages on them after their summer conditioning program and after wins in the locker room.

Full photos of the uniforms below: