Most of LSU Tigers' logos has a tiger's head represented in the logo. However, this changed in 2014 when the team adopt a new logo with the initials "LSU" written in a purple and has a white outline in place of the previous tigers head logos.
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2014 - Present
The initials “LSU” are in purple.
2006 - 2014
A yellow, white and black tiger’s head above a purple and the initials “LSU” in purple with yellow trim.
Moved from Secondary logo to primary in 2007.
2002 - 2006
A Tiger set to pounce above on the initials “LSU” in purple with white and black trim and “TIGERS” in white on a black background on an oval purple with yellow and black trim with streaking spikes.
1989 - 2002
Initials “LSU” in purple and “Tigers” below in yellow all in a wash-out shiny look.
1984 - 1989
Purple and yellow state of Louisiana with a tiger’s head and initials “LSU” in yellow.
1967 - 1971
A yellow and purple tiger’s head above the initials “LSU” in yellow with purple trim in a custom font.
1955 - 1967
A tiger’s head wearing a sailor’s hat in yellow, purple and white. On the sailor’s hat is the initials “LSU” in yellow.