Nike uniforms for College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Washington

The College Football Playoff bracket has been set. There are fans that are thrilled and searching for tickets and other fans, like those in State College, Pennsylvania or Ann Arbor, Michigan, frustrated that the College Football Playoff Selection Committee did not include their team in the top four.

But no one is happier than the folks at Nike football. For the third straight year, all four CFP teams are Nike schools. Saturday's announcement came with the release of four mock-ups of the alternate uniforms for the playoff, all from the Nike Vapor Untouchable line in 2016.

As SB Nation's Land Grant-Holy Land noted, the Ohio State uniforms in the promo are the same ones worn by the Buckeyes for the double-overtime win against Michigan. But if Clemson, as the No. 2 seed and "home" team in the Fiesta Bowl, wears its home orange, then Ohio State will likely be in white jerseys.

The same is expected to be the case for Washington as the "road" team against Alabama in the Peach Bowl. Unlike the Nike Mach Speed template worn by many Nike teams in 2016, the new Nike Vapor Untouchable look features less seams and panels along with the latest uniform technology.

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