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COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S PRESEASON TOP 25: WHO OUTFITS 'EM
Published August 25, 1995
With the college football season kicking off this weekend with the Pigskin and Kickoff Classics, THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY takes a look at who outfits the top programs. SCHOOLUNIFORMS/SHOES SCHOOLUNIFORMS/SHOES FSU Nike /Nike ColoradoNike /Nike Nebraska -- /Adidas MichiganNike /Nike Texas A&MNike /Nike OklahomaRussell /Nike Penn StateNike /Nike UCLAChampion/Reebok FloridaStarter /Nike VirginiaRussell /Nike AuburnRussell /Nike TexasReebok /Reebok USC Nike /Nike ArizonaStarter /Nike TennesseeSports UNC Nike /Nike Belle /Nike Wisconsin -- /Reebok Notre DameChampion/Reebok Boston Coll.Champion/Reebok AlabamaNike /Nike West VirginiaRussell /Nike MiamiNike /Nike Virginia TechWilson /Nike Ohio StateChampion/Nike WashingtonRussell /Nike NOTE: Both Nebraska and Wisconsin wore Apex apparel last year and are in the process of negotiating new deals. A Nebraska-Adidas announcement is expected next week, while Wisconsin is negotiating with a number of companies including Starter, Logo Athletic, and Reebok (THE DAILY).