VOTE: Which Florida Gators Logo is Your Favorite?

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Our friends over at Dawn of the Dawg recently did a poll asking their readers what their favorite UGA logo of all-time was. It seemed like a pretty good idea so we decided to ask our readers the same question. It’s something every Gators fan has an opinion about and, depending on when you started following Florida, should vary greatly.

Through this post, we’ll take a look at Florida’s primary and secondary logos through the years. They include some iconic logos everybody can recognize, to some only Gators fans might know. We’ll also take a look at how some of the logos have changed through the years.

As of August 2013, Florida ranked the seventh highest grossing university when it comes to merchandise sales. Having a unique logo contributes to that kind of success, as does success on the fields of play. One thing is known, however: Having a unique nickname like the Gators creates a rare look for Florida.

So peruse your way through each logo. Analyze logos you know and inspect ones you don’t. Then, vote in our poll to see if other Florida fan’s favorites are your own. If there’s something particularly striking about a particular logo, feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section, on Facebook, or Twitter.

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  • John L. Ocasio

    Although I’m not a fan of the Florida Gators, I DO like the old Florida wordmark font (i.e. 1998, mostly used on the men’s basketball jerseys, including their back-2-back national titles in 2005-06 and 2006-07). And I just wish that there’s a font similar to that one, or a vector of all the letters and numbers.