The Liberty Flames have a great evolution of their primary logo culminating with the flaming eagle's head. The 2013 primary logo has the initials and the flaming eagle's head.
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2013 - Present
Blue, white and grey flames forming an eagle’s head above initials “LU” in red with white highlights and blue trim.
2003 - 2013
Red flames form an eagle’s head with a wordmark “LIBERTY FLAMES” in blue.
2000 - 2003
Staggered letters “LU” in blue with white and red trim and blue flames behind the letters.
1985 - 2000
White and blue eagle’s head with larger initials “LU.” Wordmark “LIBERTY” in blue and “UNIVERSITY” in red.
1984 - 1985
A vague outline of an eagle’s head in a flaming circle all in white and red.
1980 - 1984
An eagle in the shape of the letter “F” with a custom scripted wordmark “lames” on a white with red border circle.
1979 - 1980
The Eagle was designated as the new Flame mascot in 1980. An Eagle was selected because of the patriotic symbolism and connection with the school name, Liberty. It was designed with the Flame nickname in mind. Thus, the flaming torch clutched in the Eagle’s left talon was included in the original mascot renderings.