Mad Dogs Wordmark Logo
The Memphis Mad Dogs were a Canadian Football League (CFL) team that played in the league from 1995-1996. The team was based in Memphis, Tennessee, and had an impressive logo to represent them throughout their brief existence. The logo featured a fierce bulldog with a spiked collar and the letters “M” and “D” on either side of it, representing the name of the franchise.
The design of this logo is unique compared to other CFL logos as it does not feature any traditional symbols associated with Canadian football such as maple leaves or beavers; instead opting for something more aggressive looking than its counterparts. This could have been intentional given that they wanted to stand out amongst other teams in terms of branding and identity which would help them gain recognition both nationally within Canada but also internationally due to their location being so close to America's border.
Despite having only two seasons under their belt before folding after 1996, this iconic design remains one that many people remember fondly when thinking about classic CFL logos from years past – making it one worth remembering even if only briefly! It may not have lasted long but its impact was certainly felt during those two years while they were part of professional sports history books everywhere!
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Arched wordmark “MEMPHIS” in black and “MAD DOGS” in white inside green bone.