By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Oregon Ducks have the most colorful uniform combinations in all of college football. The team is Nike’s flagship school.
However, instead of wearing traditional Nike uniforms on Saturday against the UCLA Bruins, they are changing it up. The team will be representing the Jordan Brand.
The Jordan Brand has been slowly venturing into college football in recent years. The Michigan Wolverines, the Florida Gators, the Oklahoma Sooners, and the North Carolina Tar Heels are four prominent teams, who represent the Jordan college football brand.
The Ducks will be the fifth school to wear Jordan Brand in a college football game. However, this will be the first-time that Oregon has not worn a Nike swoosh in a game.
The Jordan Brand football jerseys are the same to the Nike jerseys. Oregon will go all black with their combinations for the game with the Bruins.
The cleats the Ducks will wear will be specialized versions of the Jordan XI shoe.
The Ducks come into the contest with a 5-3 record. They are 2-3 within Pac-12 Conference play.
The team has lost back-to-back games. They lost 34-20 to the Washington State Cougars — the same day that College GameDay visited the campus for the first-time since the traveling road show was started.
Oregon then lost 44-14 to the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday night.
The Bruins come into the nationally televised game with a 2-6 record. The Bruins are 2-3 within the Pac-12.
UCLA comes into the contest with a one-game losing streak, as they were defeated 41-10 to the Utah Utes on Friday, October 26th.
The game will be televised on FOX at 7:30 pm EST from Autzen Stadium.
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