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Infographic: Business of College Football Equipment

Did you know that college football equipment—the jerseys, the pads, the helmets—represents a multimillion-dollar business? Some of the biggest universities in the country dish our more than $100,000 to dress their players, while others have some of the highest sponsorship deals with apparel companies like Nike and Adidas.

In this infographic, SpareFoot takes a deeper look at equipment costs for some of the most popular college football teams in the FBS.

College Football Equipment Infographic

(From SpareFoot)

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