Bulldogs Opinion Week: Which is the best UGA logo?

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Every college has something that fans the world over can identify them with, and the University of Georgia is no exception. From the always recognizable “G” to the many different faces of Uga, the logos and various avatars that have represented Georgia all have a different flavor.

Marketing has become as big of a part of college sports as the games themselves it seems, and Georgia ranked tops in brand recognition and sales in the SEC last year, so something is being done the right way in Athens.

Over the years, some designs that were seemingly very well-conceived have been short-lived, and simply did not every find their way into the hearts of Georgia fans. Others always seem to show up and have stood the test of time.

As part of our opinion week series, we want the readers and fans to tell us which one of UGA’s trademarks resonates the most with you. If you had to permanently tattoo one on your forehead, what could you live with for the rest of your life?

So here’s your chance Dawg fans. Take a look at this group of UGA logos, and tell us which one is your favorite. There will be a poll in the final side for voting, and we as always welcome your comments and opinions in the comment section at the end.

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  • Michael Collins

    I’ll open this discussion up. I voted for the traditional Uga head. It’s the first memory I have of watching Georgia football in terms of seeing a “logo”, and it’s a timeless design. I usually like less detailed logos, but that one has always grabbed me.

  • ConLibFed

    Point of order: not exactly a copy of Green Bay. http://www.georgiadogs.com/ot/geo-traditions.html

    Power G all the way. Go Dawgs!

    • Michael Collins

      Well, if you read deep into it, Dooley did call the Packers and ask for permission since the original Georgia “G” was so similar in design to the Packers. Over the years, UGA’s evolved and Green Bay followed, but in truth they were still first with the enlongated oval “G”

      • ConLibFed

        True. However, living up in the tundra of Michigan, I have received questions asking why UGA just flat out copied Green Bay’s G. Green Bay used a version of it first, but it was different and then evolved closer to UGA’s G. So, no, UGA doesn’t owe Green Bay any money, and they can proudly call it their own. It seems to make it “less” if it’s only about the borrowing. You know what I mean?