BCS Championship Game Logo

BCS Championship Game Logo

From 1998 to 2014, the national champion of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision was determined during the BCS National Championship Game. After it was held for the last time in 2014, the College Football Playoff tournament was established for the same purpose.

Meaning and history

BCS Championship Game Logo history1

Almost each year, the BCS Championship Game logo was reinvented from scratch. Typically, it adopted a couple of visual elements from the logo of its sponsor. The symbolism of the cities where the tournament was held also affected the emblem.

BCS Championship Game Logo history2

For instance, the 2009 logo featured the FedEx wordmark at the top. To allude to South Florida, where the game was played, the designers chose two palms trees.