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NFL Unveils New Standard Super Bowl Logo

Thursday, February 4, 2010 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 3:42 PM, under ,

Super Bowl logos have all shared one common element over the 44 years the game has been played: They have all had different degrees of ugliness and tackiness. There were occasionally a few good ones. So the NFL, after studying eight different design proposals, has unveiled the new standard logo that will be put into play next year with Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, TX..


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According to an article on ESPN.com, "There is a new logo for every Super Bowl, but starting with the 2011 Super Bowl, the theme of the logo will basically remain the same. The only differences from year to year are the stadium backdrop and the Roman numerals for the game."

The NFL has swung the logo pendulum far to the other side now, taking away what little there was to make each game unique, tacky as the logos may have been. The question is will people eventually get bored enough that the logo has to be changed again?

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  1. Craig D. says:

    Wow. That looks good, but what about the other stadiums that don't look as high-tech as Cowboys Stadium?

    This year's logo is not that good.

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