The USF men's basketball team will rock classic uniforms on Tuesday. (Courtesy photo)

The USF men's basketball team will rock classic uniforms on Tuesday. (Courtesy photo)

USF men’s basketball team to turn back the clock against SFSU

Wednesday marks an intra-city college basketball game at a classic venue.

The University of San Francisco men’s basketball team is playing San Francisco State University at Kezar Pavilion on Wednesday.

The Dons used to play at the gym located in Golden Gate Park and to commemorate their return, they’ll be dressed like it’s the 1950s, the last time USF played there. That decade matters a lot to the program as it hearkens to the last time they won a National Championship.

And from the looks of the photo above, the Dons are quite excited to wear the classic duds.

The men’s game tips off at 8 p.m. The USF women’s team plays San Jose State in the early matchup.College SportsUniversity of San Franciscousf men's basketball

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