Sooners Primary Logo
The Oklahoma Sooners are one of the most storied college football programs in the country. They have a long and rich history that dates back over 100 years, and their primary logo has changed along with them throughout this time. The original logo was designed by an alumnus of the school in 1908, featuring an interlocking OU design with a Native American headdress atop it. This version remained unchanged until 1953 when they added two feathers to either side of the headdress to represent courage and strength on behalf of all Sooner athletes.
In 1984, Oklahoma’s primary logo underwent another major redesign when they introduced “The Boomer Schooner” which featured a wagon wheel being pulled by two horses as its centerpiece instead of just having an OU lettering scheme like before. This new look was meant to symbolize both progressivisms for modern times as well as honoring traditional values from days past - something that resonated strongly with many members of Sooner Nation at that time period.
Today, the University still uses ‘The Boomer Schooner'as its main emblem but also includes several different variations including some designs incorporating colors or mascots such as 'Boomer & Sooner'. Regardless if you're looking at any current or old versions though, there's no denying how iconic this particular mark is; representing everything it means to be apart part of the Oklahoma Sooners Football program!
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2018 - Present
A slight streamlining alteration to the red interlocking initials “OU” mark to improve its symmetry. The shade of Crimson was slightly changed.
2000 - 2018
Interlocking letters “OU” in crimson red.
1979 - 2000
Interlocking 3-dimensional initials “OU” in crimson red and white.
1966 - 1979
Oval-rounded initials “OU” in red. A flatter yet still oval version of this also exists.
1951 - 1966
Wordmark “OKLAHOMA” in red over frontier-era covered wagon with horses and “SOONERS” on the back.