I know, I just know this will turn into another Gold/Red/White helmet issue. I personally don't care as long as at it looks good and can give us an identity that will stick for a while. I know based off the past that this is asking a lot but I would really like for us to be able to be identified nationally someday. (I'm thinking that will take more from the on field product then it will out colors/logos.)
You are right this is exactly what message boards are for, fan discussions of team activities/performance/looks. (seriously)
"It is the nature of man to rise to greatness if greatness is expected of him." John Steinbeck
I agree with you, and I really hope we become a nationally recognized brand. But you gotta believe that the wordmark logo on Cy currently is going to be swapped out to the I-State logo, as with all of the old logos eventually being phased out.
But I tell you, I cannot wait to see the new uniforms in person next fall, and I just thought Cy should also be a part of the new change and direction.
I would say the chances of the new I-State logo being on Cy are nearly 100%. Back in the 80s (and prior to that), Cy had a large I on his chest...the new logo is very similar (with the addition of the State part).
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
Cant they give Cy a HUGE fiberglass head like our rivals to the east have had for the last 30 years? Can you imagine the headbutts Cy could laydown on opposing Mascots? Then we truly would have the fiercest mascot alive.
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