At the University of Oregon, it seems the football uniforms are always changing -- even if the alteration is subtle. Here's a look at the Ducks' game garb from recent years, beginning with their current design. The newest addition to the uniform appears to be an intimidating band of duck feathers.
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They're even more intimidating in silver.
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In 2008, the uniform was more of a classic look, except for the yellow pants.
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The colors are the same here as in the previous slide, but in different places. Hello, black pants.
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The Ducks went with a more subdued look in 2007.
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Looking good in the all-yellows against UCLA.
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In case you couldn't tell who they were, they threw "Oregon" onto the pants.
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And then there was the all-green look, complete with half a set of eye black.
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A slightly different shoulder design suited Kellen Clemens in 2005.
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Imelda Marcos had shoes; Oregon football has pants -- these ones with yellow flair.
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Now let's try "Oregon" on the shoulder pads.
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Terrible in so many ways.
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Subtle stripes make it almost look like a football uniform.
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Black background fluorescent yellow.
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Akili Smith leads the Ducks to a win in the all-greens.
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Before they started wearing Arena Football League uniforms, the Ducks dressed like a high school football team.
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Like a high school football team with yellow pants, that is.
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