It's clothes, people. Friggin... AHG! Nike makes clothes. Adidas makes clothes. I have never had an article of clothing from either of these companies fail to meet the requirements to which I held it, which were, "Cover my ugly body up." The jerseys are Maize and Blue in either case. The designs are acceptable in either case. The corporate logos are secondary in size and location to the rest of the design in either case. Wearing one or the other brand is not going to cause our teams to perform any better, nor make your fat ass any more attractive when you wear the year's latest sideline polo.
To sum up: Nobody cares what you think about clothing manufacturers, and I'm tired of having it interjected into the middle of half the threads I open.
Newish Adidas commercial featuring Justice's new song Civilization, it's tight but it could have been awesome.
Flip to 1:30 into the video and shortly you'll see a quick clip of what looks like Rudolph scoring on Michigan, but I'm pretty sure this play got called down at the 1.
I hate that Adidas implies that ND scored on this play and I hate that they feature ND and their ugly stadium. Come on, show the big house on a Maize Out or something spectacular, after all we still sell more merchandise than they do (ref).
My big question is why didn't they show the longest run in Notre Dame stadium history and the obvious highlight of the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_xePqfTAi8
Denard gets even faster.
Since it seems no one has posted this, here are some pics of the new Michigan basketball uniforms.
And full shot
I like them, but then again, there is maize piping on the shorts and I know how some people here feel about that. Also, on the back of the jersey, there is a blue inset at the neck with a block M
There has been much talk around these here parts about the inability of the players and mainly the coaches the past few days after debacle that took place on Saturday. I think the real issue here is with Adidas. Since the addition of Adidas as our official supplier we all have seen how untight the jerseys fit which has obviously affected the play on the field. I think this weekend will be a telling factor, as Michigan will hopefully unveil there new more compressed football jerseys, in how long Dave Brandon will allow this ineptitude of our outfitter. Hopefully they will be able to turn it around and we do not see this season turn out the same as the last 2. Who knows, it could only be short time until fan-favorite Nike gets the call...