Ranking the top 5 SEC Football logos

Vanderbilt football helmets (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
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(Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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#4: Arkansas Razorbacks

Logos, especially ones that are going to be donned on helmets and/or jerseys, should illustrate something that strikes at least a little fear or results in some level of intimidation. The hog and its design do just that for Arkansas.

The snarl that it shows off while it is mid-charge toward what I am assuming is some poor sap is nothing more than awesome. If only the performance of the football team itself could give off a similar vibe.

#3: Missouri Tigers

The menacing tiger with its ears down and fangs out is really cool, and gives off the exact same vibe that I was just talking about with Arkansas. Unfortunately for Missouri, however, they are one of three SEC schools with a tiger as its mascot, all the while typically being the worst-performing version.

To summarize, Mizzou has an impressive emblem design, but it loses points due to the football program’s mediocrity sucking out some of its fierceness. To hopefully no surprise, the two logos above Missouri’s both belong to universities with much better CFB squads all-time.