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Sonoran Hot Reads: Michigan State unveils jerseys for Arizona game

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It’s going to be an all-camo affair on Friday

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At the Armed Forces Classic in Honolulu on Friday, both the Arizona Wildcats and Michigan State Spartans will be wearing special military-inspired uniforms. Arizona will be wearing ones that pay tribute to the USS Arizona, similar to what the football team did earlier this year. Michigan State will be wearing the jerseys pictured above. However, the other matchup in Honolulu — Indiana vs. Kansas -- has quite the patriotic theme going on as well. And it’s probably not an accident that one game features Adidas schools while the other has Nike schools

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