The Oklahoma Sooners will have a slightly new look in the 2018-2019 season. Monday, Oklahoma unveiled its new Jordan Brand football uniforms – becoming the third program to don the brand. The school used a few of its top players to show off the new look on social media.
Kyler Murray, Rodney Anderson, Kenneth Murray and a few other players were part of Oklahoma’s video, which was posted to Twitter. The new digs feature a slightly thicker font and, obviously, the Jordan Brand logo on the top left of the jersey.
Oklahoma is the third program, behind only North Carolina and Michigan, to debut the new brand for football. Florida is also lined up to join the ranks later this summer.
Here’s a look at the uniforms, in a 30-second video:
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) July 9, 2018
Oklahoma also launched a site dedicated to the uniforms – called OUJordan.com. It features a number of photos of the new look and some information about what went into its creation.
Oklahoma, coming off of a College Football Playoff appearance, will be looking to effectively replace quarterback Baker Mayfield, who graduated after last season. The Sooners will get things started with FAU on September 1.