According to the Portland Business Journal, Alabama’s Nike contract “mandates” that top university officials must wear Nike clothing on golf outings.
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"The University of Alabama’s contract with Nike stipulates that “upper-level” administrators must wear Nike gear, seemingly mandating that university officials must wear Nike golf shoes on outings with donors. All of the contracts require athletic department personnel to wear the apparel of the sponsoring company."

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Reply51 months
Admins all wear fur coats made from the skins of the hampsters that die while powering the site.
Reply51 months
I wouldn't mind if they were providing everything.
Reply51 months
I'd give them all the finger if I was the president of a university. I would have my uniforms designed and made by some poor s.o.b. in china.
Reply51 months
TD Admins must wear Depends.
Reply51 months
What do the TD Admins have to wear?
Reply51 months
Money has ruined College Football

High School is next if its not too late already
Reply51 months
This is really interesting.
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