Utah Utes Logo

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Utah Utes Logo
In the early 2010s, rumors spread that the University of Utah was going to phase out its iconic “Drum and Feathers” logo. Yet, as of 2019, the Utah Utes logo featured on the official website has remained the same.

Meaning and history

Utah Utes Logo history

The University of Utah located in Salt Lake City sponsors 19 varsity teams, including football, basketball, and baseball teams. They are named after the Ute tribe of Native Americans. Taking into consideration this fact, it is only natural that the Utah Utes logo was inspired by the Native American symbolism. Since at least 1972, it has remained almost unchanged, with only two subtle modifications.

Utah Utes football

Utah Utes football logo
The history of the team started in 1892. Today, it plays in the Pac-12 of the FBS of NCAA Division I. They are currently coached by Kyle Whittingham and play their home games at Rice–Eccles Stadium.


Utah Utes logo
The basketball program competes under the name of the “Runnin’ Utes.” Both the men’s and the women’s teams of the University of Utah compete in the Pac-12 Conference in Division I of the NCAA. The women’s team has reached the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight one time and has had 17 NCAA Tournament appearances. The men’s team became the NCAA Tournament Champions in 1944. The total number of the NCAA Tournament appearances has reached 29, as of 2019.