Gamecocks Primary Logo
The Jacksonville State Gamecocks have a long and proud history that dates back to the 1960s. The team's primary logo has evolved over the years, but its core elements remain unchanged. From its inception in 1964 until 2005, the school’s logo featured an interlocking “J” and “S” with a rooster perched atop them. This classic design was used consistently throughout this period of time until it underwent some minor changes in 2006 when two stars were added around the letters to signify their NCAA Division I status at that time.
In 2014, Jacksonville State unveiled an updated version of its iconic primary logo which included several subtle changes such as more vibrant colors and sharper lines being incorporated into both letterforms as well as additional details being added onto each one like shading on either side of them for depth perception purposes. Additionally, a new white outline was also created around all parts to help make everything stand out even more against any background color or texture it may be placed upon thus creating greater brand recognition from afar which is always important for any organization looking to build up loyalty amongst fans & supporters alike!
For nearly five decades now, this timeless emblem has served not only as a symbol representing all things related directly or indirectly to JSU Athletics but also something much larger than itself: hope & pride within our community here in northeast Alabama—and beyond! It will continue doing so far into future generations regardless if there are further modifications made along the way because no matter what form they take shape; these beloved gamecock feathers will always represent strength & courage found deep down inside everyone who proudly wears them across their chest come gameday Saturdays!
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2002 - Present
A red and black fighting rooster in a red with black trim oval and encircled wordmark “JACKSONVILLE STATE” in white and “GAMECOCKS” in red with white highlights on a black formed background.
1976 - 2002
A red, white, and black fighting rooster in an attack position.
1972 - 1976
Right-facing red gamecock with a large plume.
1956 - 1972
Charging red gamecock ready to attack.