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#2 Oregon will be wearing these lids and pink highlights to their uniforms this Saturday against Washington State to their show support for breast cancer awareness. The helmets will then be auctioned off for charity...

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As a breast cancer survivor this Oregon "pink" is very offensive. Looks as if they have been covered with pepto bismol. This is just a money making ploy for people who have no concern for those having breast cancer. They only want to pad their checkbooks.
Reply35 months
Gay but yeah, breast cancer awareness
Reply35 months
Prostate cancer awareness should be brown.
Reply35 months
ESPN just did a story where 8% of sales actually goes to research and prevention. The remaining funds go into peoples' pockets. The head of the Susan B Komen foundation makes $700,000 a year. I believe in the cause but at this point pink is only a money maker.
Reply35 months
does anyone think this isn't just more Nike 'branding?' This is just more 'look at us, our schedule is like Louisville's, we're owned by Phil Knight, and look for any reason to look cool.' They are making a mockery out of anything they 'attempt' to portray, because they're making a mockery of every single college football season by playing such a putrid fricking schedule. frick you, Oregon.
Reply35 months
since you asked... prostate cancer is blue.
Reply35 months
what color are they gonna wear for prostate cancer awareness?
Reply35 months
My wife had breast cancer, so did her mom, and I'm about to lose grandma to cancer as well. That being said, they have taken the whole "pink" to absurdity. I'm over it. Its become meaningless.
Reply36 months
Make it stop
Reply36 months
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