By John Ekdahl
Yesterday, Oregon rolled out their 2019 uniforms, which marks the 20th Anniversary of their unique partnership with Nike. Nike and Oregon signed a new deal two years ago:
In November of 2017, the university and Nike reached a new contract worth $88 million over 11 years. Under the terms of the new deal, the university receives between $2 million and $2.5 million in cash per year and up to $6 million worth of apparel. That is up from the current deal which is worth $750,000 in cash and $2.5 million in apparel. Nike’s contract with Oregon also secures additional royalties for the university and an additional internship for a University of Oregon student.
Additional shots of the uniforms are available on Oregon’s Twitter feed: White with Nightmare Green 1, White with Nightmare Green 2, Nightmare Green 1, Nightmare Green 2, White with Oregon Green 1, White with Oregon Green 2, Oregon Yellow 1, Oregon Yellow 2, Oregon Green 1, Oregon Green 2.
Here’s a good look at 20 years of Oregon unis with Nike.
— Oregon Equipment (@DuckSwag) August 17, 2019
Jim Day of Fox Sports Ohio broke down the Reds 1976 throwbacks during the broadcast yesterday.
— FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) August 17, 2019
Héctor Santiago wore a Tyler Skaggs patch on his Chicago White Sox last night. Santiago and Skaggs were actually in the same 2013 three-team trade that sent them both to the Angels, Santiago coming from the Chicago White Sox and Skaggs went from Arizona to LA.
Former Angels hurler Héctor Santiago is wearing a Tyler Skaggs patch for this start at Angel Stadium. pic.twitter.com/mPsccaooAo
— Fabian Ardaya (@FabianArdaya) August 18, 2019
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos wore 1969 throwbacks last night.
Top prospects never looked so fresh. pic.twitter.com/oJmkl7EhAq
— Pensacola Blue Wahoos (@BlueWahoosBBall) August 18, 2019
@UniWatch @PhilHecken @edzelaski @rarthen Man City players wore Leroy Sané jerseys during warmups for today’s home opener against Spurs to honor their teammate, who suffered an ACL injury in preseason. https://t.co/2URifi9K20
— Kit Clash Account (@clash_kit) August 17, 2019
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be wearing a decal to honor receivers coach Darryl Drake, who died during training camp this past week.
We will wear this decal on our helmets this season in honor of Coach Darryl Drake. pic.twitter.com/bj6JZhH0aU
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) August 17, 2019