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The Bethune-Cookman and NC State ones from earlier in the thread. I didn't see anyone post the actual images, just the links.

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Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

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Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

Southern Illinois Univeristy's mascot is the Saluki, which is sometimes called "The Royal Dog of Egypt". The region of Southern Illinois is known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt".

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Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

Southern Illinois Univeristy's mascot is the Saluki, which is sometimes called "The Royal Dog of Egypt". The region of Southern Illinois is known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt".

o ok thanks that makes sense now, good research on espns part

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Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

Southern Illinois Univeristy's mascot is the Saluki, which is sometimes called "The Royal Dog of Egypt". The region of Southern Illinois is known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt".

o ok thanks that makes sense now, good research on espns part

Yeah, I was surprised by the amount of research that went into a logo for a Division II school, considering a lot of the ESPNU logos for Division I schools are copy-pasted with minor color differences. Just go through some of the logos on the Facebook page, and you'll be surprised how few truly unique ones there are.

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Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

Southern Illinois Univeristy's mascot is the Saluki, which is sometimes called "The Royal Dog of Egypt". The region of Southern Illinois is known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt".

o ok thanks that makes sense now, good research on espns part

Yeah, I was surprised by the amount of research that went into a logo for a Division II school, considering a lot of the ESPNU logos for Division I schools are copy-pasted with minor color differences. Just go through some of the logos on the Facebook page, and you'll be surprised how few truly unique ones there are.

Southern Illinois is very much not a Division II school.

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2011-December-23-15-22-56.jpg

Um, maybe I need to search the meaning of a Saluki...the pyramids?

Southern Illinois Univeristy's mascot is the Saluki, which is sometimes called "The Royal Dog of Egypt". The region of Southern Illinois is known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt".

o ok thanks that makes sense now, good research on espns part

Yeah, I was surprised by the amount of research that went into a logo for a Division II school, considering a lot of the ESPNU logos for Division I schools are copy-pasted with minor color differences. Just go through some of the logos on the Facebook page, and you'll be surprised how few truly unique ones there are.

Southern Illinois is very much not a Division II school.

I guess I meant their football program, which competes in Division I-AA FCS, not Division I-A FBS.

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Bump because ESPNU's twitter background might just have each and every one your looking for

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I never saw the IU one until now. As meaningless as these are I really thought they would just use a candy striped U, you know since we don't have a mascot or anything, but I'm glad they incorporated the entire logo.

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I still don't know what's going on with Saint Louis's. Someone will have to explain that one to me.

I'm sure Tulane is mad that ESPN used part of their wave on Pepperdine's logo.

UC Riverside's is undeniably awesome along with UC Irvine, and pretty much all of the MAC schools (except E. and W. Michigan - boring, generic mascot = boring, generic ESPNU logo)

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I still don't know what's going on with Saint Louis's. Someone will have to explain that one to me.

I'm sure Tulane is mad that ESPN used part of their wave on Pepperdine's logo.

UC Riverside's is undeniably awesome along with UC Irvine, and pretty much all of the MAC schools (except E. and W. Michigan - boring, generic mascot = boring, generic ESPNU logo)

Wow, I find it incredibly odd that they decide to use Tulane's wave for Pepperdine.

And why does Houston's have "University of Houston" underneath when none of the others are like that?

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I still don't know what's going on with Saint Louis's. Someone will have to explain that one to me.

I'm sure Tulane is mad that ESPN used part of their wave on Pepperdine's logo.

UC Riverside's is undeniably awesome along with UC Irvine, and pretty much all of the MAC schools (except E. and W. Michigan - boring, generic mascot = boring, generic ESPNU logo)

Wow, I find it incredibly odd that they decide to use Tulane's wave for Pepperdine.

And why does Houston's have "University of Houston" underneath when none of the others are like that?

Maybe because of Sam Houston?

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From VCU's game a few weeks ago against JMU

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With all of the care and apparent research that goes into some of these, I'm disappointed that they used a European Badger instead of an American Badger for Wisconsin's.

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