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top 12 D1 football schools with interlocked sports logos.

(all are also P5 schools)

1. Notre Damn - hands down the king of college football cool & tradition. The Fighting Irish are the undisputed champs of branding & marketing. We should take note of how they use their ND.

2. North Carolina - #2 is no schlump in regards to marketing & branding. NC is similar to North Texas in name...if we could only emulate how well they use all of their logos...the NC, Tarheels, ram & spelled out North Carolina.

3. Auburn - this SEC school uses the symmetrical balanced A & U perfectly...we could do the same with our N & T.

4.Southern California - uses 3 logo approach with trojan head, USC & SC. Uses where each is a best fit and with zero brand confusion.

5. Texas Tech - there is no mistaking when you see the Double T who it belongs to. Looks great on a helmet, flag, letterhead, hat, golf ball or cooler.

6.Oklahoma - college tradition runs deep in the central plains. Their interlocked OU will never go out of style.

7. Kentucky - SEC and national basketball giant...choose to look like a traditional college team with their UK.

8. Georgia Tech - the buzz flying around this ACC school is that they love their GT logo.

9. Virginia Tech - looks like an updated VT from the 80s but still very well designed.

10. Baylor - sic-em & amen...the bears use their classic BU for football helmets, baseball hats, car emblems and flags.

11. Colorado - the Buffs interlocked logo is primarily used with-in the buffalo silhouette. It looks great on all sports or school related merchandise.

12. West Virginia - has a throwback funky 70s Van Halen vibe. Eagle Man says this and the Virginia Tech are his least favorites...but still look kick ass on a helmet and sports gear.

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