Oregon Ducks Pay Tribute To Service Men With Nike Spring Game Uniforms (Photo) | BlackSportsOnline

Oregon Ducks Pay Tribute To Service Men With Nike Spring Game Uniforms (Photo)

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, April 26th, 2013
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Chip Kelly is no longer the Oregon Ducks head coach and the football program is awaiting serious sanctions, but regardless, the show must go on.

Oregon unveiled new Nike uniforms that paid tribute to our service men and women for their 2013 spring game.

“Words cannot express our gratitude to the men and women who serve our country and this is why we will continue to salute our armed services as part of our Spring Game,” said Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich in a statement. “Obviously we are extremely fortunate that Nike has chosen to play a major role with their innovative uniforms designed for this special day.”

As usual, the Ducks break the mode in the uniform game. What do my readers think.

H/T USA Today



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  1. nba is fixed says:

    I can’t stand the fact that so many teams are copying Oregon’s flashy uniforms. Then again, Nike sponsors dozens of colleges, they’re probably encouraging the schools to change their uniforms. Once again, corporate greed ruins a fine American tradition known as college football.

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