Oregon Ducks Unveil New Alternate Uniforms For 2013

Oregon Ducks Unveil New Alternate Uniforms For 2013
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The Oregon Ducks are always on the cutting edge when it comes to having fly uniforms. But then again how many universities can call Phil Knight, the founder of Nike, an alum?

They are always switching it up and they just recently released their new alternate uniforms for 2013.

These are arguably the craziest looking ones yet, but they are definitely fire. It must be too easy to pull in recruits when the unis look like these.

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