BigDmo

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  1. I may need that Oregon jersey...
  2. But it's a throwback..
  3. Most likely a play on all of the steel bridges in Portland. Interesting they went with the imagery of a knight.
  4. The Alaska Timbers
  5. Holy balls, that's a thing of beauty! Especially compared to the garbage we've trotted out in the last few seasons. I might have to get me one of those
  6. Can anyone identify the fonts used for "Oregon", "Pacific Wonderland" and the "9P..."?
  7. If anyone comes across more Oregon jerseys in size M let me know, don't care what number/color. Don't think we will get any of those in Eugene.
  8. Which apparently glows in the dark
  9. Oregon has had 3M detailing on at least a couple of their jerseys since the diamond plate era. Based off the Nike Free 5.0 Trainers that just released, I think your guess has basis
  10. It's just funny to me at this point how amateur Adidas jerseys look. The two FCS teams just unveiled look so cheap it's kind of sad. If a team were to order from a Nike catalog, even the most ridiculous designs still look decent and not so cheap.
  11. Nike gave George Fox a custom font for the numerals and script when they brought back the football program. I have a buddy on that team, very well dressed team.
  12. Why does the Oregon player look like he was just tickled in the neck?
  13. I'd say 2006 when they had the diamond plate look. May be random but isn't that guy a little small to be wearing #70? Plot twist - that's a #10...(I have no clue) None of those dudes actually wore/ever wore those numbers. Strictly showing off the jerseys
  14. Tell us when they start winning 10+ games a year and go to major bowl games. Oregon is not all fancy uniforms and no substance like Maryland is now. Oregon has capitalized on attention from its uniforms and built some good infrastructure. Let's see if Maryland can do that. Oregon's biggest problem when it comes to visual identity though, is adding too many damn colors. They wear at least 3 different shades of green, and that's not counting the Volt-green/yellow highlighter color. In terms of sticking to a base identity, Maryland wins because they stick to their colors. Sure, Oregon pushes the envelope, but if we're being truthful a large portion of Oregon's combinations and colors are trash. The breast cancer thing was purely a PR-grab, and the pink looked atrocious. Same goes for their "support the troops" uniforms in the Spring game. Seems like Oregon will find just about any cause to support so long as they can add more colors into their mix and look even less and less like the University of Oregon. Oregon wears 2 greens, apple and forest green. Additional colors are yellow, black, and grey. That's 5 colors, not counting white which everyone else has. Oregon hasn't worn volt since 2011, which was only for 2 games anyway. The pink uniforms were nothing out of the ordinary considering many other teams wore pink accessories or pink decals. The troop support uniforms have been a tradition since Chip Kelly took over, players present their uniforms to service men and women after the game. Those troops also get an all access pass for that day into the facilities and field. I fail to see how that's a PR-grab. But anyway, my point is, and we've hammered this point into the ground a million times, while Oregon comes out in a new look almost every week, they are unmistakably recognizable. I don't think anyone has any problems picking out an Oregon game. Let's not forget Maryland came out in their own support the troops uniforms that featured none of their school colors or logos.
  15. I think Oregon is breaking out a new jersey tonight, this just popped up on the Duck Store http://shop.uoduckstore.com/White_Nike_Oregon_8_Platinum_Player_Jersey_p/15275.htm