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Sport Did the Los Angeles Rams just rip off their new logo from Angelo State University?

02:45  24 march  2020
02:45  24 march  2020 Source:   gosanangelo.com

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The Los Angeles Rams are expected to kick off their inaugural season at the new SoFi Stadium in Inglewood later this year, and so on Monday the NFL team unveiled its new logo . The snarling, cartoonish ram with its swirling horn is gone, and in its place we now have “L.A.” wrapped with a

The Los Angeles Rams unveiled a new set of logos and colors on Monday as part of a long-scheduled rebranding ahead of the move to SoFi Stadium this season.

a close up of a sign: The Los Angeles Rams unveiled their now logo Monday, March 23, 2020, and some have criticized it for looking similar to Angelo State University's logo. © For The Win The Los Angeles Rams unveiled their now logo Monday, March 23, 2020, and some have criticized it for looking similar to Angelo State University's logo.

The primary logo, which was initially leaked on Twitter two weeks ago, was widely criticized by NFL fans again on Monday. First of all, the logo could easily be confused with the Los Angeles Chargers. The colors are similar, and the horn design on the lettering could pass as a Chargers-related bolt. The Rams also scrapped the logo that their $5 billion stadium is going to be shaped like.

Rams players seem to love the team's new logos

  Rams players seem to love the team's new logos Logo and uniform reveals are never met with unanimously positive reactions, oftentimes. The Rams learned that on Monday when they released their new logo and team colors, a process that was more than two years in the making. Twitter didn’t have the best response to the new look, but Rams players were on the other end of the spectrum – as expected. The team’s stars reacted to the new logo with excitement, led by quarterback Jared Goff. ????????????Twitter didn’t have the best response to the new look, but Rams players were on the other end of the spectrum – as expected. The team’s stars reacted to the new logo with excitement, led by quarterback Jared Goff.

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But that’s not all: The logo wasn’t even original. A few fans noticed that the new Rams logo looks awfully similar to the logo of Division II college Angelo State University. Like, too close.

Angelo State — its mascot is also the Rams — has almost the same colors as the Los Angeles Rams and uses a similar multi-colored horn pattern at the end of the logo text.

In the video that the Los Angeles Rams released on Monday, they touted a two-year process that included focus groups and designers. And somehow they came up with a logo that looked curiously like a Division II school in San Angelo, Texas.

How is that possible?

It could be a coincidence, sure, but it’s hard to believe that nobody with the Rams (and their design team) came across Angelo State’s logo when it took people on Twitter just minutes to notice the similarities after the unveiling.

There are so many issues with this logo that the Rams really need to follow the Chargers’ lead and reconsider this direction.

This article originally appeared on San Angelo Standard-Times: Did the Los Angeles Rams just rip off their new logo from Angelo State University?

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