Periscope replay: UCLA/Under Armour press conference

In case you couldn’t catch it live, here’s today’s press conference with UCLA AD Dan Guerrero and Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank via Periscope replay.

Here’s the story from the press conference. Click here to see some photos of the UCLA apparel on display at the press conference.

Again, the deal is the richest in NCAA history, totaling $280 million over 15 years. Here are the other big-money deals in the country. (Graphic has been updated from a previous version to include Wisconsin’s $96 million, 10-year deal with Under Armour.)

The richest apparel deals in the nation. Graphic corrected to include Wisconsin's $96 million deal with Under Armour. (Thuc Nhi Nguyen // SCNG)

The richest apparel deals in the nation. Graphic corrected to include Wisconsin’s $96 million deal with Under Armour. (Thuc Nhi Nguyen // SCNG)

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PHOTOS: UCLA’s new Under Armour apparel

UCLA and Under Armour announced their new partnership Tuesday, a 15-year, $280 million deal that will commence on July 1, 2017.

At the press conference, there was some new gear on display. What are your initial thoughts?

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Report: UCLA to sign record-breaking apparel deal with Under Armour

Former UCLA linebacker Myles Jack tumbled in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday. Photo by Keith Birmingham // Pasadena Star-News

Former UCLA linebacker Myles Jack had a professional sponsorship with Under Armour. UCLA is expected to sign a record-breaking apparel deal with the Maryland-based company worth $280 million over 15 years. Photo by Keith Birmingham // Pasadena Star-News

According to reports from ESPN and the LA Times, UCLA will announce a record-setting 15-year, $280 million apparel deal with Under Armour on Tuesday.

The schoolwide deal would be the biggest in history, eclipsing a 15-year, $252 million contract signed between Ohio State and Nike earlier this year.

UCLA has been with Adidas since 1999, and the school’s previous deal with the company, which was renewed in 2010, was worth $7.5 million per year.
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