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University of Nebraska Omaha new logos


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I'm sorry, but HUGE DOWNGRADE...

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The old bullhead above is 1000x better and the UNO on the shoulder with the horns is great.

Worse yet, they are in a conference (hockey) with this Maverick:

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Why move closer to that logo?

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Never been a fan of the original either... just doesn't seem fitting for a collegiate look. And I do think the new one is more fitting for a D1 school... but something about it seems unfinished...

but yes.. the positioning of the neck and shoulder is very similar to Minn State

I do however love the 'O' logo and the hints at the U and N within the entire piece. However local news shows showed it without the white outline and it looked horrible.

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I like the primary a lot. It combines the U, N, and O well without being completely obvious about it. It's a lot better than their previous one, which was essentially an 'O' version of the University of Miami's 'U'.

The generic bull secondary is nice too... I think it's an upgrade, although I agree it looks awfully familiar.

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UON just joined the MIAA Conference a few years ago, since they are moving up to D1, they are dropping out to join the Summit conference. Their football program was good to fair as they played my alma mater, Missouri Western State Univ. Griffins!

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OH MY GOD PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT MY SCHOOL I NEVER THOUGHT I'D SEE THE DAY

Far more obscure schools have been mentioned before, besides the fact that MSUM plays D-I hockey... Hell, I've seen my Mothers alma mater (Blackburn) discussed on here before - now that's an obscure D-III school.

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