The University of South Florida has picked Adidas to outfit its sports teams under an eight-year deal, replacing Baltimore-based Under Armour as the school’s footwear and athletic wear brand.
USF Athletics said Under Armour rival Adidas, with a Portland, Ore.,-based North American headquarters, will supply uniforms and other apparel, footwear and accessories to all 19 varsity teams.
Under Armour reached its agreement with the university in 2008, which expires this year. The Baltimore sports apparel maker confirmed on Wednesday it will no longer supply the Bulls’ teams after this year.
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