Baylor Bears Logo

Baylor Bears Logo
We can start the story from the famous Sailor Bear, probably the most known retro Baylor Bears logo. The creature was depicted in yellow with bluish nuances and a white hat. It was created by a former Disney employee Arthur Evans. Unfortunately, the school had to adopt a different logo as it eventually turned out that Evans had drawn pretty similar bears for several other universities.

Meaning and history

Baylor Bears logo history


The 1969 logo nicknamed Growling Bear looked very realistic. Like the previous emblem, this one featured only the creature’s head. The logo was created in collaboration by classics professor Elmer Fisher and law student Joey Taylor.
The Fuzzy Green Bear logo was introduced in 1997. Nicknamed Swamp Bear and Radioactive Bear, it was developed by SME Branding. The team also used a brown bear logo, which did not look as cartoonish as its predecessor. The current primary Baylor Bears logo consists of the letters “B” and “U.”

Baylor Bears football

Baylor Bears
The team, which exists since 1898, competes in Division I FBS college football as a member of the Big 12 Conference. They have played their home games on the McLane Stadium since 2014. The team is coached by Matt Rhule.

Baylor Bears basketball

Baylor Bears emblem
The Lady Bears are coached by Kim Mulkey. They won the NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Championship in 2005. The men’s basketball team went through a scandal in 2003 but recovered culminating in three straight postseason appearances (2008, 2009, and 2010).