by TD Staff ReporterJanuary 21, 2014
Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is reporting that Notre Dame and Under Armour have agreed on a shoe and apparel contract, and sources are saying it could be worth about $90 million. Per ESPN:
Notre Dame and Under Armour announced Tuesday that it had agreed to the most valuable shoe and apparel contract in college sports history.
The private school did not reveal the value of the 10-year deal, which will commence next season when its deal with adidas expires at the end of June, but sources told ESPN.com that the value of the deal, both in cash and merchandise combined, is worth about $90 million. That would make the deal worth more money that the $82 million adidas is paying, in cash and in product, to Michigan over its 10-year deal.
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