Check out this Air Jordan 5 that you will likely never own

Last month we reported on the University of Florida exclusive version OG the Air Jordan 35 and , much to no one’s surprise, Jordan Brand was not done lacing the Gators with exclusive footwear. Recently UF unveiled their version of the Air Jordan 5. What is seen is a 5 that sports a blue elephant print upper with orange suede tongues that features the Gator logo and the beloved “NIKE AIR” branding in the same orange on the heel. Below this upper is a white midsole with orange “teeth and…

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University of Florida Air Jordan XXXV PE

This University of Florida exclusive Air Jordan XXXV sports a black nubuck upper that is underlaid by Gator blue netting. On the tongue of the left shoe is the Gator logo, with an orange Jumpman on that of the right; on the lateral side an additional orange Jumpman resides. Below this upper sits a black and white midsole along with a royal blue Flight Plate 2.0 system and a white outsole. At this juncture there is no signs on the horizon of a retail release for these so unless you…

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UF’s Keyontae Johnson alert, talked with teammates

From Myron Medcalf of ESPN: Keyontae Johnson is talking to his family and doctors, and he even FaceTimed his team on Tuesday in a sign of remarkable progress for the Florida star, according to a statement from his parents on Tuesday. A day after the program said Johnson was “following simple commands” but remained in critical but stable condition, he appeared to take another step in his recovery. “Keyontae is in stable condition today, breathing on his own and speaking with us and with his doctors here at UF Health. He…

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UF’s Johnson out of medical coma, in stable condition

News out of Gainesville, Florida. University of Florida basketball star Keyontae Johnson was is in a medically induced coma Monday his grandfather, Larry Dejarrett told USA TODAY Monday. UF released a statement saying that Johnson was out of the coma and “following simple commands” From ESPN: University of Florida basketball star Keyontae Johnsonremains in critical but stable condition and is “following simple commands,” according to a statement Monday from the school. Johnson was successfully transported to UF Health in Gainesville, Florida, after spending the past two days at Tallahassee Memorial and…

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Multiple positive COVID-19 tests causes Saturday’s LSU v Florida game to be postponed

from ESPN.com: Saturday’s game between No. 10 Florida and LSU at “The Swamp” has been postponed after the Gators have seen a surge in positive COVID-19 tests this week, it was announced Wednesday. The game has tentatively been rescheduled for the SEC’s built-in bye week on Dec. 12, which is the week before the SEC championship. The SEC said on Twitter that the game was postponed after “positive tests & subsequent quarantine of individuals with the Florida FB program.” Florida has 18 positives among scholarship players and three walk-ons, athletic director Scott Stricklin said Wednesday. He…

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Jordan Brand unveils Air Jordan 4 and Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 college team PEs

Jordan Brand once again shows the perks of being one of its affiliated colleges by revealing team exclusive versions of both the Air Jordan 4 and the Why Not Zero.2. The six schools are Georgetown, UNC, Michigan, Oklahoma, Marquette and Florida. The Jordan 4s all follow the same schematic of the upper in one of the colors of each school, the logo of each institution on the tongue, speckled detailing and translucent outsole. The Why Not Zero.2 also features the logo of each university on their tongues, speckled detailing but…

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Jordan Brand shows AJ Florida Gators Collection

Jordan Brand recently revealed the Florida Gators uniforms and gear . The brand also unveiled their Air Jordan Florida Gators collection. The collection spans the pantheon of Air Jordans 1-30 outfitted in the colors of the Gators, white blue and orange. There is no word at this juncture if any of these will see a retail release. Check out the images below and comment on which one(s) have caught your eye

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