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Nike has unveiled these new Nike Pro Combat “Mach Speed” uniforms that Oregon will be rocking in the 2013 Alamo Bowl. According to Nike...
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"the 2014 Nike Mach Speed Oregon Uniform chassis and updated designs will be integrated into the team's existing wardrobe for the upcoming season."
So they'll be more of this look next year...

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Tradition....
Reply38 months
no more fricks to give about Oregon
Reply38 months
"Come to Oregon! Wear flashy uniforms and choke in important games!"
Reply38 months
That some ugly shit
Reply38 months
Oregon has another set of ugly unis. Wow, that's breaking news.
Reply38 months
You have to do something to distract when your mascot is a duck.
Reply38 months
So will they switch colors at halftime? Why do they need 2?
Reply38 months
I guess Oregon is making the fact that they have no tradition their tradition? These dreadful uniforms are allegedly provided to attract recruits, yet the same "boring" uniforms worn by Bama, LSU, Ohio State, Notre Dame and USC do not seem to be chasing 5* athletes away...
Reply38 months
Oregon needs to stay with the freaking school colors.. They are the rainbow team if you ask me.. Next thing you know they will be wearing a rainbow uniform.
Reply38 months
Traditional uniforms are in the past.
Reply38 months
I know the young'uns are into this stuff but it's getting awfully tiresome. Kinda tired of hearing about Oregon's "new crazy uni's". Here's a color you should try better - winning an important game.

Oregon is a joke to me.
Reply38 months
Just what are Oregon's colors?
Reply38 months
Never forget.
Reply38 months
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