The University of Oklahoma announced a move over to Jordan Brand moments ago.
Oklahoma, which has been one of college athletics’ biggest Nike schools, will have the third FBS football program to wear the Jumpman logo on the gridiron.
Both basketball programs will also make the move over the Nike’s Jordan Brand.
The school made the announcement with a video, highlighting some of the great athletes in Sooners history, with cool Jumpman-style logos.
— Oklahoma Sooners (@OU_Athletics) November 9, 2017
One of those athletes, Jordan Brand athlete Blake Griffin, is on campus in Norman today for the big announcement.
— Oklahoma Basketball (@OU_MBBall) November 9, 2017
From OU’s release about the new partnership:
Jordan Brand continues to expand both on the court and on the field. Today the brand welcomes the University of Oklahoma to the family, making it just the third collegiate football program to represent the Jumpman on the gridiron. The Sooners’ uniforms will begin to feature the Jumpman logo at the start of the 2018-19 season. The partnership will include the football team and the men’s and women’s basketball teams.
Oklahoma joins Michigan and North Carolina as FBS football programs to wear Jordan Brand uniforms.