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Beast of a logo problem

The new secondary logo for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, has drawn almmost as much comment and criticism in two days as Bobby Petrino, John L. Smith or Bret Beliema.

Now, there may be another season to add to Hog football: regular season, postseason (maybe?), offseason, recruiting season, spring football and logo/uniform season.

Some have noted that the new head-on Razorback too closely resembles an Arkansas State Red Wolf.

Others say it's more like Pumbaa, the wart hog in Disney's The Lion King.

Examine above and make the call.

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Michelle Corbet
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Michelle Corbet 04/23/14 - 02:27 pm
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Arkansas State Red Wolf fans

Arkansas State Red Wolf fans need to stay out of it. It's clearly a redder, slightly more angry version of the Disney sidekick.

David McCollum
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David McCollum 04/23/14 - 04:02 pm
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I agree

I agree

Raving Bear
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Raving Bear 04/23/14 - 05:44 pm
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One more reason I'm proud to

One more reason I'm proud to be Purple... Go Bears.

BigDaddyD
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BigDaddyD 04/24/14 - 06:37 am
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Who's afraid of the Big Red Wolf?

The little piggies from Fayetteville, that's who!!!

So instead of the Razorbacks playing their in-state schools like real National Champions do, the Jeff Long administration decides to create a logo similar to the Big Bad (Red) Wolf.

Really?

It is time for the Razorbacks to put their big-boy pants on and play Arkansas State in Little Rock.

conwaygerl
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conwaygerl 04/24/14 - 11:00 am
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Good idea

Then the Razorbacks might get 4 wins a season instead of 3.

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