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You've seriously never seen the Utes one?

I've seriously never seen that exact logo before. Where did you see it? The feathers are never like that.

That's not the full Utes logo though. The full logo is the drum and feather, which is actually being phased out for a plain "U" within the next couple of years.

Drum and feather logo may not last

Utah, following a growing trend among colleges and universities, is phasing out the drum and feather logo on items deemed "permanent," or lasting for more than a year. The logo will also be referred to as a "circle and feather," in the future. The logo still will be used on uniforms, apparel, media guides and TV commercials.

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Am I the only one who's been seeing this as a blatant bite-off of the Washington Redskins logo???

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That is NOT proper muzzle awareness.

(Not that I'd expect many of you to have a clue what I'm talking about... ^_^ )

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You've seriously never seen the Utes one?

That's not the full Utes logo though. The full logo is the drum and feather, which is actually being phased out for a plain "U" within the next couple of years.

"I'm sorry what was that? Two Utes? Did you say two Utes?"

"I'm sorry yoouuttthhhsss!"

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You've seriously never seen the Utes one?

I've seriously never seen that exact logo before. Where did you see it? The feathers are never like that.

That's not the full Utes logo though. The full logo is the drum and feather, which is actually being phased out for a plain "U" within the next couple of years.

Drum and feather logo may not last

Utah, following a growing trend among colleges and universities, is phasing out the drum and feather logo on items deemed "permanent," or lasting for more than a year. The logo will also be referred to as a "circle and feather," in the future. The logo still will be used on uniforms, apparel, media guides and TV commercials.

Circle-and-Feather-web_RGB-1.gif

I've seen it on some merchandise around town I'm pretty sure. I know I've seen it before.

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