Bulls Logo History
The Jacksonville Bulls were a professional football team that played in the United States Football League (USFL) from 1984 to 1985. The team was based out of Jacksonville, Florida, and had some success on the field, making it to the playoffs both years they were in existence. But what many people may not know is that their logo has an extensive history as well.
When the USFL officially launched in 1983, each of its teams had to submit a logo design for approval by league officials before being able to begin play. For Jacksonville’s entry into this process, they chose a bull head with horns pointing outward and flames coming off its forehead as their primary symbol—a nod towards traditional Spanish culture due to Florida's own rich Hispanic heritage at the time. This design was approved by league officials shortly thereafter and became known as “the Bull” or “the Bullhead Logo” among fans throughout their two-year run within the USFL competition; however, there have been several variations over time which are worth noting here too!
In addition to this original version of "the Bull," another version featuring two bulls facing one another appeared during pre-season marketing campaigns prior before ever playing any games – though it wasn't used once the regular season started up again later year-round instead just sticking with first choice only then onwards afterward until disbandment after '85 campaign ended... Other than those two main versions mentioned above though no other major changes made themselves evident either way so the overall look stayed consistent throughout the entire duration while still managing to capture the essence and spirit behind the mascot itself quite nicely all same without needing drastic overhauling efforts in either direction along the way either (which could've potentially caused confusion amongst fanbase).
Overall then if you're looking for something unique yet classic when choosing your favorite sports' logos - don't forget about The Bulls! Their iconic bullhead logo has stood strong through thick & thin times alike - embodying strength courage passion necessary to compete against even the toughest opponents around the world today whether on gridiron court diamond track etcetera... So go ahead grab yourself a copy today and show everyone else who the true champion really is: THE JACKSONVILLE BULLS!
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1984 - 1985
A charging bull on a grey background in a black outlined circle with wordmark “JACKSONVILLE” in black on top and “BULLS” in maroon with black streaks and “FOOTBALL” in black on the bottom.
1984 - 1985
A charging bull with wordmark “JACKSONVILLE” in black on top and “BULLS” in grey with black streaks and “FOOTBALL” in black on the bottom.