Found October 09, 2013 on Diehardsport:
The Washington Huskies unveiled these special matte black helmets for their game on Saturday against the Oregon Ducks.  Pac-12 teams appear to be clamoring to keep up with Oregon in the uniform arms race, and these helmets that UW will wear are awesome. [@PhilHecken]  

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