Oregon Unveils New ‘Ohana’ Uniforms For Saturday’s Game vs. UCLA......
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Oregon has once again unveiled yet another new uniform for their game against UCLA this weekend...

“The UO football team will wear uniforms honoring elements of Polynesian culture including family, unity and a voyager spirit,” Oregon’s statement reads, via “The ‘Ohana’ gear was designed through a collaboration involving Nike. . . . Black is the base color for the line, in a nod to the volcanic rock that formed the Pacific islands. The line also incorporates “Action Green,” representing the resilient vegetation that grows among the volcanic rock.”

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SomeLSUguy42 months
Celebrate the vegetation while you can... before Antifags roll through and burn it down.
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CalCajun42 months
When will the PDX antifa colors be released ?
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pellietigersaint42 months
who cares
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FlyinTiger9342 months
When did Oregon move to Hawaii?
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AustinKnight42 months
They should’ve taken a year off redirect figure out a future outside of interesting outfits
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uveitis42 months
Still surprised they’re so impressed by how many national championships they’ve won, they display it all over their jersey’s and helmet. 0
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Roll Clyde Roll42 months
Oh nah nah
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SoFla Tideroller42 months
The Oregon "Uni of the week with a weak backstory" schtick was tired 5 years ago. They still do this bullshite?
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy42 months
Going for the rave glow stick look....nice
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Texas Weazel42 months
I don't even know what Oregon's regular uniforms look like.
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SECdragonmaster42 months
Oregon and uniform changes are like Larry Leo and grammatical errors. A weekly occurrence and always entertaining.
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Thracken1342 months
looks like a play off the Seahawks design - but it looks good
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Ssubba42 months
Ohana means family. Thanks Stitch.
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