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The press releases for Adidas' new alternates mention repeatedly that the white jerseys are "toxin-free" or something like that because they aren't dyed with any color. Does that mean that the colored alternates are toxic?

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3 hours ago, Kevin W. said:

The press releases for Adidas' new alternates mention repeatedly that the white jerseys are "toxin-free" or something like that because they aren't dyed with any color. Does that mean that the colored alternates are toxic?

I wonder if it has something to do with getting the white to be a true white; the bleaching process, for lack of a better way to describe it. I wonder if what they use to get the material to be as pure white as they do is now toxin-free. That's 100% just a guess, but it's the first thing that came to mind.

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31 minutes ago, kabbey520 said:

Arizona paying tribute to Dick Tomey & the USS Arizona with their uniforms Saturday at Hawaii.

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/ArizonaFBall/status/1164203146794508289

 

Kinda hoping the Dick Tomey decal stays on all year...but I guess if they are wearing it for one game, the Hawaii game would make the most sense. 

 

Still looking forward to Desert Swarm unis. 

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5 hours ago, WSU151 said:

 

Kinda hoping the Dick Tomey decal stays on all year...but I guess if they are wearing it for one game, the Hawaii game would make the most sense. 

 

Still looking forward to Desert Swarm unis. 

There’s no way that the decals aren’t worn all season. He’s the greatest coach in program history.

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Kellogg's replaces Hyundai and sponsors its second bowl game, along with the Cheez-It Bowl.

 

http://www.sunbowl.org/news/211-tony-the-tiger-claims-sun-bowl-title-partnership-and-returns-the-game-to-original-mission-helping-kids-play-sports

 

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EL PASO, Texas — Today, a new era of college football begins as Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes® is announced as the title sponsor of the newly-named Tony the Tiger® Sun Bowl. The postseason contest will feature a power-five matchup between members of the ACC and Pac-12 at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas, on Dec. 31, 2019, and will be televised for the 52nd consecutive year on CBS. The agreement between the Sun Bowl Association and Frosted Flakes® was brokered by Denver-based Impression Sports & Entertainment.

 

The multiyear partnership is marked by Tony the Tiger® being the first mascot to lend his name to a college football bowl game. What’s more, Tony is returning the Sun Bowl to its inaugural mission — helping kids play sports — something that hasn’t been a focus since the birth of the Sun Bowl.

 

 

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In addition to the exclusive naming rights the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl has a fresh new logo for the 86-year old game. The fully integrated partnership will amplify across digital and social media, content, in-stadium exposure, product sampling and on-site activation at the game and other Sun Bowl organization events.

 

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I'm here for this. If all of these bowls are going to be corporately sponsored, it might as well be kinda out there and wonky rather than boring and stiff. Give me the Cheez It Bowl or the Tony The Tiger Bowl any day of the week over the Belk Bowl or the Hyundai "I woke up in a new Sonata" Bowl or whatever. 

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