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Kansas State Wildcats Logo

Kansas State Wildcats logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • Download PNG Kansas State Wildcats Logo PNG The Kansas State Wildcats logo has featured a cat throughout over 60 years.
  • Meaning and history 1955 – 1974 The very first logo of the Kansas State Wildcats team was a hit amateurish and naive.
  • The badge featured a caricature of a black cat walking in the jersey with the purple flag in its paws.
  • White Jersey had a bold purple “K” written in its middle in a square serif typeface; the same typeface but in thinner lines was used for the white “State” lettering on the flag.
  • It was a very friendly badge with a good and kind mood, which stayed with the team for almost twenty years.
  • 1975 – 1988 The redesign of 1975 replaced the friendly cat with a wild and dangerous panther image in a purple and black color palette.
  • The mood of the badge was diametrically opposite to the friendly and light badge from the 1950s.
  • The new concept was all about power and fight.
  • 1989 – Today The cat depicted on the logo introduced in 1955 bore a striking resemblance to Tom from the Tom and Jerry cartoon.
  • The creature lost its cuteness – it was now quite scary.
  • In 1989, the current Kansas State Wildcats logo was adopted sporting the side view of the cat’s head.
  • Kansas State Wildcats basketball As of 2019, the men’s basketball team of KSU has competed in 31 NCAA Tournaments, seven National Invitation Tournaments, and one National Commissioners Invitational Tournament.
  • The Wildcats won the 1928 Missouri Valley Conference championship.
  • They have also won two Big Six Conference championships.

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