Found November 07, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:
The Oregon Ducks and Georgetown Hoyas will be facing off at Camp Humphries in South Korea in the Armed Forces Classic tomorrow. Today, Nike and Jordan released the camoflauge uniforms that the two squads will be wearing for the occasion. You can check them out above. [@DarrenRovell] The post Here are the camo uniforms Oregon and Georgetown will wear for the Armed Forces Classic appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

Thanks to New Shoes Oregon Ducks Still Undisputed No.1 in Swag

The University  of Oregon is the undisputed King of Swag. No one has stuff quite like they do. Lots of teams try; many have several different helmets, custom cleats, gold chin straps, special socks and unique facemasks. No matter what they (and by they I mean everyone but Oregon) come up with the Ducks will always have something better. Like these new shoes the team just got...

Oregon And Georgetown’s Jerseys For Armed Forces Classic (Photo)

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Photos: Sneak peek at Oregon, Georgetown uniforms for South Korea game

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Excited Stanford Fans Stealing the Show

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Oregon WR shows off custom Ducks sneakers

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Oregon WR Josh Huff cries on sidelines during game

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Marcus Mariota Played Against Stanford With Sprained MCL

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