While Nike is a dominant company when it comes to college athletics apparel, Under Armour tried to work its way into the market a few years ago, signing deals with schools like UCLA, Cal, Utah, Notre Dame and others.

Now, though, as we make our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are feeling the pinch financially, and Under Armour appears to be one of those companies.

Per Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times, Under Armour is trying to terminate its huge $280-million deal with UCLA, but UCLA leadership is resisting that plan:

Per Bolch, Under Armour’s sales are expected to take a steep dive when compared to last year’s numbers over the same fiscal quarter:

It seems the 2 sides are at odds over this plan (understandably so), so we’ll see what comes of it over the next few weeks. There could be lawsuits filed over this case soon enough.