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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Oregon State University's athletic department unveiled its revamped brand including new patterns, fonts and a logo.

Oregon State University worked with Nike for nearly two years to create the new look to honor the "rich tradition of academics and athletics." They hope the revamped logo will help increase their national exposure, much as similar Nike makeovers have done for the Oregon Ducks.

With Nike’s branding help – not to mention Phil Knight’s money – the Ducks have become a national media darling. Their football uniforms are routinely discussed around the country.

Read more at KATU.

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