Under Armour countersues UCLA, says Bruins covering company’s logo on jerseys

By Sam Connon, All Bruins: The Bruins seemed to be taking a stand against racial injustice when they introduced their “Stand Together” patches in 2020.

That isn’t how Under Armour sees it, apparently.

UCLA football, being the first team on campus to return to competition in the 2020-2021 academic year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, introduced a patch on the top right corner of their jerseys after an offseason dominated by Black Lives Matter, George Floyd protests and other discussions of racial inequality.

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