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Should the Huskers replace Adidas?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
7/13/2015

Should the Huskers replace Adidas?

78%
Absolutely WINNER

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22%
No Way

6

78%
Absolutely

23 Comments
Joe Buelt
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Joe Buelt

Their alternate designs have been awful.

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Midnight Marauder
3
Midnight Marauder

The school says they get more money from adidas, but there's no amount of compensation that can make up for the atrocious alts. Plus the regular jerseys have that awful stretch mark looking crap on them. Their brand is the laughing stock of college football right now. The fan gear sucks too.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

The special uniform games have made the Huskers look ridiculous. One of the uniforms you couldn't even read the numbers.

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Travis Anderson
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Travis Anderson

1. Recruiting 2. I own Nike stock 3. Adidas has fallen behind 4. JUST DO IT!

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Matt Beck
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Matt Beck

In the eyes of recruits, Adidas is not as "cool" as Nike and UA. Adidas is losing its footing in college football with ND and now possibly UM bailing on them.

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Thomas Wisdom
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Thomas Wisdom

Nike is clearly the best option. Former Husker Paul Miles reps for them. No brainer

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Dan Johnson
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Dan Johnson

Think Huskers can do much better with someone else

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Joseph Hood
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Joseph Hood

two words...Under Armour

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Bob Lines
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Bob Lines

Adidas=3rd class! NU deserves better!

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Jon Dobbs
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Jon Dobbs

Just look at the design differences. I know Adidas has recently added some former Nike exec's but until they come up with something exciting they are nothing more than another dying company.

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Corey Jarabek
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Corey Jarabek

Unless its soccer Adidas is garbage. Kids don't like it its 3rd tier aperal at best. Nebraska deserves better preferably Nike but I'd gladly take underarmor as well

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Michael Maddox
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Michael Maddox

Who even still wears Adidas? Nike and even Under Armour are way ahead of the game. Even Michigan was smart enough to move forward and leave Adidas for Nike.

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Ken Gilmore
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Ken Gilmore

cheerleaders change their uniforms more often, basketball, baseball, probably bowling. Why not?

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Ronald D. Bull
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Ronald D. Bull

Change could result in more future choice on every renewal of contracts. We can be concern that the base uniform will always be there.

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Elaine Lamberty
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Elaine Lamberty

They really do not care about this side of the pond. I work with someone from the netherlands and he said as long as they have European soccer they could care less about American Football.

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Sean Fluharty
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Sean Fluharty

I'd like to see them switch to Nike or Under Armour.

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Jason Stephens
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Jason Stephens

Nike designs are more innovative and just plain look better. I believe Nike resonates more as a brand than Adidas.

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Zach Akin
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Zach Akin

Adidas alts are terrible

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Joey Paczkowski
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Joey Paczkowski

Although I do not like the Nike brand as much (maybe because I have been an adidas guy since I could remember) I think their uniform designs seem to be better, colors seems better, and the kids these days wear more Nike than anything.

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Robert Hutsell
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Robert Hutsell

Limited sense of style.

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Eric Williams
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Eric Williams

I really want to see the black cleats return with the black tees under the jersey and black accessories, we look too much like Wisconsin, and we look soft with the red and white...what happened to scarlet and cream??? And stop with the alternate unis.....Oregon has cornered the market on that

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22%
No Way

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Danny Baker
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Danny Baker

Stay tradition. Don not need flashy. Do not need alternate uniforms anyway, get rid of them.

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Dean Horst
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Dean Horst

Adidas=more money. Nike does not pony up the cash for dear old Nebraska. The main reason is the potential in selling shoes. Our lack of big urban cities and population hurt shoe sales. Addidas is

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 Jim Jones
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Jim Jones

Husker Tradition...Valentino's, Runza, Red Beer Blackshirts and Adidas!

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Weber Pat Scott
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Weber Pat Scott

Adidas NU unis the previous few years - disappointing. Do not understand trend toward smaller, uglier, wrinkly #s difficult to read on TV. Return to large numbers of yesteryear's 1994-97 unis when we were champs. Best ones ever. Agree - stiff-arm Phil Knight's anything goes for a buck empire.

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Larry Casper
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Larry Casper

Stay away from Phil Knight. adidas uniforms are fine.

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Michael McKain
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Michael McKain

Recruits 'might' look at uniforms but the N on the helmet means more. The Nike at uniforms are ugly. Just look at some of Oregon's overdone uniforms. I like the Adidas fan wear.

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Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Yes

4

No

1

Yes

4 Comments
Chris Monaco
0
Chris Monaco

the big programs will thrive while the rest survive, with no limit its all about Money then

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

Seems fair for the number of kids that actually play in games.

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No

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Visitor
0
Visitor

Most players don't get to go pro. As a former college walkon, being an athlete and having the $ to pay for college and other things is a huge burden. There is too much as a full time student and athlete to work as well. Opening more scholarships give more kids as much opportunity as possible.

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Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?

Do you support the proposal to sell alcohol at Haymarket Park?

Yes

4

No

7

Yes

4 Comments
Dick Plock
0
Dick Plock

Baseball, hotdogs, popcorn, pretzels 🍺 beer

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Clark Huenink
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Clark Huenink

Fan friendly environment.

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

All things in moderation. A cold beer and a hotdog are part of baseball fandom. And yes, revenue.

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Kent Haynes
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Kent Haynes

It's everywhere else, plus the revenue

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No

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Paco
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Paco

I don't like what alcohol does to Husker fans.

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Ralph J. Williams
0
Ralph J. Williams

Outcome is only negative.

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Linda Ogren
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Linda Ogren

NOT GOING TO ATTEND ANYMORE, YOU ARE ASKING FOR BIG TROUBLE

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Roy VanPelt
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Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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Roy VanPelt
0
Roy VanPelt

Alcohol will ruin the family environment. I love my Huskers, but may have to give up our season tickets if they ever start selling beer at Memorial Stadium.

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James Wyatt
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James Wyatt

People sometimes are not responsible enough and over drink then get into a vehicle!

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Roy Katskee
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Roy Katskee

Underage college students have enough access to beer. Absolutely no need for it.

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