Has Adidas Finally Fixed The UCLA Stripe?
Some may say this is three years' late and millions of dollars short, but it looks like, in a last ditch attempt to keep the UCLA apparel contract, Adidas has finally fixed the UCLA Stripe.
UCLA Signs Record $280M Deal with Under Armour [VIDEO]
Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank joined UCLA Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero to introduce the partnership between one of the world’s most recognizable collegiate athletic programs and the global leader in innovative performance products.
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UCLA Signs Record-Setting $280M Deal With UA
The 15-year, $280M deal is the largest apparel contract in college sports history.
ESPN: UCLA, UA Reach Record-Setting 15-year, $280M Deal
This deal sets a new record passing the deal Ohio State and Nike announced in January.
UCLA Expected to Announce Deal With Under Armour
Will UCLA's new apparel deal be the biggest ever?
Today could be the beginning of the end of the UCLA-adidas partnership. Let's hope Nike or Under Armor step up to the plate big time.
UCLA and adidas Unveil "Made In March" Basketball Unis
For a change, they aren't horrendous.
Iced Out Jerseys
Adidas is messing around with uniforms again
What Did Mora Say About Whether All-Black Unis Will Help UCLA Beat Cal?
UCLA's Jim Mora on if all-black uniforms help team: "Uh, no. I think playing well will... I couldn't care less about uniforms right now."— Stefanie Loh (@StefanieLoh) October 20, 2015
And that, sports fans, is the understatement of the week!
Hide Your Eyes: UCLA, Adidas Unveil Alternate Unis
Words do not begin to describe how bad these look.
The Next Deal: Under Armour?
Hello Everyone! It's an honor to be posting for the very first time. Just wanted to share a quick link detailing the man behind Under Armour's college football uniforms, Adam Clement. The article seems to showcase a man who is not only talented and creative, but also a man who truly cares about tradition and the essence of each school. In my opinion, this is exactly what UCLA needs and the kind of man I would want making uniforms for our studs in blue and gold, and our loyal fanbase. I like the ambition and fire that Under Armour is bringing to the College football market, and I believe this resonates with the identity of our football team as well. Anyways, take a look at the article. Let me know what ya'll think. Also, if anyone happens to have any information or articles on the minds behind Nike's college football designers, please share! I would love to get some discussion going with with more concrete sources so we can truly consider what's best for our Bruins. GO BRUINS.