Oregon Football Uniforms Now Come With More Reflective Material

We've seen the good, the bad and the ugly of college football uniform changes, and now it's time for Oregon to wade in. On the heels of Adidas' Notre Dame disaster -- I think that's about the right word for it -- photos of Oregon's newest uniforms leaked out. Spoiler alert: They're very shiny.

Remember those Rose Bowl helmets from January? You know, the really reflective ones? That's going to be a theme.

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Via Duck Territory, Nike Blog and the rest of the Internet

You can see yourself in them! The chromed-out, reflective helmet is also apparently in play. More photos of those are over at Nike Blog.

As for the jerseys, the changes don't look very drastic at all. Here's a sampling:

It's worth noting that Oregon has approximately seven billion combinations at its disposal and there's no telling what the Ducks may wear from week to week. They could use matte black helmets with throwbacks, or all-new gear. Who knows!

As for whether these are real, this should answer your question in a roundabout way.

That's the Oregon football SID. Going to assume Oregon will be blinding its opponents with ALL OF THE REFLECTIONS this coming year.

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