Portland, Oregon — The Nike Oregon Ducks will have their home game against UCLA on Saturday (Sept. 22) in Portland, a move that could change the way fans view the state’s team.
Oregon football uniforms are the best in college football, but a recent move by Nike to make the uniforms the same as its other teams in the Pac-12 will make fans of the Ducks more familiar with the program.
The Nike Oregon Duck jerseys have been the best-selling jerseys in the history of the sport, with a combined total of 11.8 million sales since they were released in 2007, according to Nike.
The Oregon Ducks also have the most fans in the conference.
The team’s official website says Oregon fans love the Ducks and want to see the Ducks win more games.
But that hasn’t translated into the game on the field for the Ducks.
Nike says it has “overwhelming interest” in the Ducks, but that’s not what’s going to make them win games in the near future.
Nike has always used the Pac 8 to sell the uniforms and the Ducks are going to continue to do that as well, the company said.
The Oregon Ducks have won nine Pac-8 titles and will have a chance to do the same in the season finale against Arizona.
Oregon fans will be able to get their first glimpse of the Nike Oregon uniforms on Saturday at 3 p.m.
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The Ducks will wear red jerseys and white shorts.
Nike said the red and white uniforms will be worn in place of the standard black shorts that have been used since the team’s inception in 1987.
The game against the Wildcats will be televised nationally on ESPN.
The game will be played in Portland’s Raymond James Stadium.