University of Florida Launches Ring of Honor Merchandise Collection

The first release of the collection focuses on University of Florida alums Emmitt Smith and Jack Youngblood.

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July 23, 2020

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The University of Florida is launching the officially licensed Ring of Honor merchandise collection. Unveiled in September 2006, the Ring of Honor recognizes a select group of University of Florida football players and coaches. Developed with the help of the University’s licensing agent, CLC, the collection will highlight two players each year for the next three years, with Emmitt Smith and Jack Youngblood kicking off the inaugural season.

The Ring of Honor merchandise collection will feature officially licensed, Florida branded apparel and non-apparel items from best-in-class licenses such as the Nike and Jordan Brands, Top of the World, Highland Mint and others. In addition to the merchandise program, the University’s athletic department will be developing ways to celebrate these honorees throughout the season.

Ring of Honor Emmitt Smith and Jack Youngblood merchandise is available at Fanatics, Gator Sports Shop, Gator Nation, the University of Florida bookstore, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Alumni Hall and other retailers.

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