BYU Football Team Reports To Camp With Fresh New Gear
PROVO, Utah – You know it’s the start of BYU football fall camp when the swag bags are being distributed.
That was the case on Monday as players reported to camp and were greeted with a fresh gear given to them by equipment manager Mick Hill.
All of the apparel and swag BYU receives is from the sports apparel giant Nike. The Cougars have been a Nike school dating back to the 1970s and the iconic swoosh has donned BYU’s football jerseys since 1996.
Gear BYU football players received on report day
- Nike Vapor cleats
- Vapor Gloves
- Nike socks
- Nike slides
- Two pairs of team-issued BYU football shorts
- Nike Dri-Fit performance shorts
- Gray Nike sideline performance Dri-Fit hat
- “BYU Cougs” Dri-fit t-shirt
- Gray Nike Bucket Hat
- Team-issued t-shirts
Kalani Sitake has always been a big proponent of getting his players as much as gear as the NCAA will allow him to give. BYU has stepped up its game by providing more gear and apparel to players in recent years. Last year, players received swag bags at multiple points of the season that included the first week of camp, the first week of the season, midway point, and bowl season.
Report day and the gear being distributed brought a little bit of normalcy to an off-season that has been everything but normal. BYU begins Fall Camp practices on Tuesday amid a cloud of uncertainty surrounding the season due to COVID-19. The Cougars currently have six games on their 2020 schedule with five of those matchups against teams from leagues that have yet to decide on their league schedules for the fall.
BYU is actively pursuing matchups to potentially add to their 2020 schedule for the fall.
Mitch Harper is a BYU Insider for KSLsports.com and host of the Cougar Tracks Podcast (SUBSCRIBE) and Cougar Sports Saturday (Saturday from 12-3 pm) on KSL Newsradio. Follow him on Twitter: @Mitch_Harper.
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