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Under Armour shoes worn by the Boston College Eagles against the North Carolina Tar Heels during a second round game of the ACC basketball tournament at Greensboro Coliseum.
Under Armour shoes worn by the Boston College Eagles against the North Carolina Tar Heels during a second round game of the ACC basketball tournament at Greensboro Coliseum. (Grant Halverson, Getty Images)

Under Armour has extended its deal with Boston College, signing a 10-year contract to continue to outfit the school's intercollegiate teams.

Boston College had previously jumped from Reebok to Under Armour in a six-year agreement announced in 2009.

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In addition to outfitting Eagles teams, the new partnership includes "integration into the brand's marketing, social media, in-store, and grassroots activations," Under Armour said.

Terms were not disclosed.

Last year, Under Armour signed a 10-year extension with the University of Maryland. That deal guarantees nearly $33 million in rights fees and athletic apparel to the school, according to a copy of the contract obtained under a public records request.

Under Armour's other collegiate partners include Notre Dame, Navy, Auburn, Texas Tech, Northwestern and the University of South Carolina.

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