Playoff unis

With Thursday’s news that Cincinnati is leaving Adidas and Michigan is considering doing the same, we figured it was a good time to update and expand last year’s list of who wears what in the Football Bowl Subdivision.

Not much movement has taken place since last time around. Tennessee has played out its last season as an Adidas school, officially switching to Nike in 2015, but the three stripes struck back against the swoosh by stealing away Arizona State and Miami. Still, Nike dominates the market with 68 of the 128 available schools, a tick or two above 50 percent. Adidas followed with 31 schools (24.2%), then Under Armour with 15 (11.7%) and then Russell Athletic, hanging on with four schools.

In the big-money, bigger-exposure Power Five leagues, Nike owns a larger market share with 44 of 65 available schools, followed by Adidas (12), Under Armour (eight) and Russell Athletic (one).

Adidas has targeted a pair of mid-major conferences, building a majority in the MAC and Sun Belt with 15 14 of the 24 available schools.

Central Florida – Nike
Cincinnati – Under Armour
Connecticut – Nike
East Carolina – Nike
Houston – Nike
Memphis – Nike
Navy – Under Armour
South Florida – Under Armour
SMU – Nike
Temple – Under Armour
Tulane – Nike
Tulsa – Nike

Boston College – Under Armour
Clemson – Nike
Duke – Nike
Florida State – Nike
Georgia Tech – Russell Athletic
Louisville – Adidas
Miami – Adidas
North Carolina – Nike
N.C. State – Adidas
Pittsburgh – Nike
Syracuse – Nike
Virginia – Nike
Virginia Tech – Nike
Wake Forest – Nike

Big Ten
Illinois – Nike
Indiana – Adidas
Iowa – Nike
Maryland – Under Armour
Michigan – Adidas
Michigan State – Nike
Minnesota – Nike
Nebraska – Adidas
Northwestern – Under Armour
Ohio State – Nike
Penn State – Nike
Purdue – Nike
Rutgers – Nike
Wisconsin – Adidas

Big 12
Baylor – Nike
Iowa State – Nike
Kansas – Adidas
Kansas State – Nike
Oklahoma – Nike
Oklahoma State – Nike
Texas – Nike
TCU – Nike
Texas Tech – Under Armour
West Virginia – Nike

Conference USA
Charlotte – Nike
Florida Atlantic – Adidas
Florida International – Adidas
Louisiana Tech – Nike
Marshall – Nike
Middle Tennessee – Nike
North Texas – Nike
Old Dominion – Nike
Rice – Adidas
Southern Miss – Russell Athletic
UTEP – Nike
UTSA – Adidas
Western Kentucky – Russell Athletic

Army – Nike
BYU – Nike
Notre Dame – Under Armour

Akron – Adidas
Ball State – Nike
Bowling Green – Adidas Nike
Buffalo – Nike
Central Michigan – Adidas
Eastern Michigan – Adidas
Kent State – Nike
Massachusetts – Adidas
Miami (Ohio) – Adidas
Northern Illinois – Adidas
Ohio – Russell Athletic
Toledo – Under Armour
Western Michigan – Adidas

Mountain West
Air Force – Nike
Boise State – Nike
Colorado State – Under Armour
Fresno State – Nike
Hawaii – Under Armour
Nevada – Nike
New Mexico – Nike
San Diego State – Nike
San Jose State – Nike
UNLV – Nike
Utah State – Nike
Wyoming – Nike

Arizona – Nike
Arizona State – Adidas
California – Nike
Colorado – Nike
Oregon – Nike
Oregon State – Nike
Stanford – Nike
UCLA – Adidas
USC – Nike
Utah – Under Armour
Washington – Nike
Washington State – Nike

Alabama – Nike
Arkansas – Nike
Auburn – Under Armour
Florida – Nike
Georgia – Nike
Kentucky – Nike
LSU – Nike
Mississippi State – Adidas
Missouri – Nike
Ole Miss – Nike
South Carolina – Under Armour
Tennessee – Nike
Texas A&M – Adidas
Vanderbilt – Nike

Sun Belt
Appalachian State – Nike
Arkansas State – Adidas
Georgia Southern – Adidas
Georgia State – Nike
Idaho – Nike
Louisiana-Lafayette – Adidas
Louisiana-Monroe – Adidas
New Mexico State – Adidas
South Alabama – Nike
Texas State – Adidas
Troy – Adidas

Trivia update from @CoachSamz: Can you name the program that wore New Balance at one point? Bonus points if you can also name the head coach at the time.

Did we miss anything? Let us know @zach_barnett on Twitter.

National columnist - Zach joined the staff in 2012...and has been attempting to improve Doug and Scott's writing ability ever since (to little avail). Outside of football season, you can find him watching the San Antonio Spurs reading Game of Thrones fan theories.