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On Monday, the Oregon Ducks announced Monday they're ditching their traditional uniforms for next weekend's home game against UCLA and instead will pay homage to Breast Cancer Awareness month...
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GoRuckTiger17 months
Black light not included.
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southsidedell17 months
So what is Oregons traditional uniform? Does anyone even know?
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OweO16 months
Seriously, I think their tradition is having different uniforms. Its a luxury they have thanks to Phil Knight
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cypresstiger17 months
Next year, Oregon should put a big picture of Paige on their unis. That'll raise awareness.
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SoFla Tideroller17 months
"Breast Cancer Awareness" means "We fleece a bunch of impressionable nimrods without having to do anything to actually cure cancer". The Susan G Komen Foundation is nothing more than a shakedown racket.
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cajunmud17 months
CIC - Cancer Industrial Complex. Can't afford to cure it, too many people make their living off of it.
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Awesome. God bless all the women affected by this horrible disease.
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HeadSlash17 months
Who knew they had a "traditional" uniform?
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JakeFromStateFarm17 months
Sports teams still do the “breast cancer awareness” thing? I’m pretty sure everyone’s aware of it.
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I expected much uglier from Oregon.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy17 months
Supported
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BlackPot17 months
Whos not aware of breast cancer? I just find it odd when even high schools adopt the pink thing.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy17 months
What in the frick is wrong with you?
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ALhunter17 months
@Houston - Everyone knows what breast cancer is. There's not a single person who's going to watch that game and be like "oh shite I wasn't aware of breast cancer, we should do something about it"... It's become a fad now for teams to have neon pink on their uniform, gloves, shoes, whatever.
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atltiger648717 months
What about all the other diseases that need funding and attention? They don't get their month? We just pick this one disease. Doesn't this bother people???
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VolNavy9817 months
Everyone loves boobies
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KAGTASTIC17 months
Don't care for the pandering, but could be worse. Ie...UTs all grey unis...gawd those are awful..
Head to toe.
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spslayto17 months
When isn't Oregon "rocking" a different uniform? Perhaps it will be news when they don't bring out a different uniform every week.
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PureBlood17 months
all of their 2024 class just decommitted.
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TouchdownTony17 months
I am a testicular cancer survivor and I've met many others. We all ask the same question about our disease. Where's our month or day?
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Rex Feral17 months
My mom had breast cancer and this pandering is ridiculous.
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TheRouxGuru17 months
This was totally necessary because I forgot that breast cancer existed :rolleyes:…. When will this bullshite pandering stop??
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weagle9917 months
Why don’t football teams ever promote prostate cancer awareness? Most of their viewers are men
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gamecockman1217 months
Because women would probably be offended unfortunately.
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PeleofAnalytics17 months
To be fair, prostate cancer has a ridiculously high curability rate if you catch it even remotely early. Most prostate cancers are very slow growing as well. If you die from prostate cancer, you are likely one of the people that never goes to the doctor. Yes there are always outliers but a yearly exam after the age of 50 or so is going to keep you from dying of prostate cancer.
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