Broncos Primary Logo
The Santa Clara Broncos have a storied history that dates back to the early 1900s. From their humble beginnings as an independent college football team, they have grown into one of the most successful programs in NCAA Division I athletics. As such, it is no surprise that they boast a primary logo with plenty of historical significance.
From its inception in 1932 until 1994, the Santa Clara Broncos' primary logo was a simple interlocking SC design featuring two blue letters on top of each other against an orange background. This iconic symbol has come to represent not only the school but also its athletic program and all those associated with it over time – from alumni and students to coaches and fans alike!
The current version of this classic emblem was introduced in 1995 when Nike redesigned several college logos for select schools across America including Stanford University & UCLA among others; however unlike many other universities who opted for more modern designs or completely new symbols altogether -Santa Clara kept true-to-form by keeping their original design intact yet updating certain aspects like the color scheme (orange/navy) & font style (a custom typeface created specifically for them).
Today's iteration still features two blue letters intertwined together atop an orange backdrop while incorporating small details like stars along either side which give off subtle hints towards California’s state flag as well as nods towards traditional western imagery often seen within rodeo culture throughout much Northern California where Santa Clara is located near San Francisco Bay Area cities such Oakland & Berkeley respectively; thus making this one truly unique mark worthy enough be worn proudly by anyone associated with Bronco Nation!
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2016 - Present
The Broncos officially unveiled a style change and logo enhancement on January 28, 2016. The interlocking letters “S” and “C” are a refreshed look to the classic style of the logo. The “S” and “C” are above the wordmark “SANTA CLARA” in red.
2004 - 2016
A side view of silver with black trim bronco’s head with wordmark “SANTA CLARA” in red with white and black trim and “BRONCOS” in white with black trim on a red with black highlight banner.
1988 - 2004
A white bronco inside a red diamond with a white trim and a wordmark “STANTA CLARA” in red.