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A Missouri college announced it's cutting ties with Nike following the company's decision to make Colin Kaepernick the spokesman for the 30th anniversary of its "Just Do It" ad campaign.

The rule even meant the school lost the NAIA Division II postseason basketball tournament.

Kaepernick is the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who inspired nationwide protests against police brutality by kneeling for the U.S. national anthem.

The move was celebrated by progressives and vilified by conservatives (including President Donald Trump) in the United States. "I guarantee they could get more from a smile on a child's face than a symbolic burning of a pair of shoes". "There are a few, more than a few too many, who are doing some really bad things and it has to stop and that's what this is all about", White said.

James also uploaded the striking campaign image to his Instagram page.

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Ramos interpreted the remark as verbal abuse, and awarded a game to Osaka, putting the eventual victor one game away from victory. Williams told Ramos that she was not being coached, and she would never cheat. "I'm really glad I was able to do that".

One of the biggest stories over the last week, at least in the sports word, has been Nike's endorsement of former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Now, a new two minute ad has dropped, narrated by Kaepernick and featuring some of Nike's highest profile athletes including Lebron James and Serena Williams. Ever since the iconic company revealed the polarizing former quarterback as the center of its new marketing campaign, everyone has seemingly taken a stance on the issue. "As far as the National Football League is concerned, I just find it hard to watch, and always will, until they stand for the FLAG!" "They owe America an apology". Kaepernick tweeted the video with the caption, "Believe in something".

Some NFL owners are interested in a possible agreement with the NFL Players Association where discipline would be waived for any player protesting during the national anthem, reports the Washington Post. At a rally in Alabama previous year, Trump said team owners should "get that son of a bitch off the field" if a player knelt in protest of injustice during the anthem.

Nike's new ad reads, "Believe in something".