We recently took a look at 5 Minnesota High School mascot logos that are essentially just NFL logos. We recently uncovered a few additional entries, so we compiled a list of 10 more, starting with….
10. Luverne Cardinals – The small southwestern town of Luverne has chosen to use the Arizona Cardinals logo for their mascot, which is very common. It would be cool to see more schools let the students design the logos!
9. Minneota Vikings – Minneota is basically the word “Minnesota” without the ‘s’, and their logo is the Minnesota Vikings’ NFL logo.
8. Eden Prairie Eagles – Eden Prairie, one of the largest suburbs of the Twin Cities, has bogarted the Philadelphia Eagles’ logo and painted it red.
7. Staples-Motley Cardinals – Yet another AZ Cardinals copy-paste job.
6. Apple Valley Eagles – Although the Philadelphia Eagles Logo has been updated, Apple Valley’s logo combines the old one with the new one.
5. St. Paul Central Minutemen – A slight variation of the New England Patriots.
4. Fairmont Area Schools Cardinals – Southern Minnesota’s Fairmont Area Schools is one of roughly a dozen schools that uses the classic Cardinal logo.
3. Red Wing Wingers – Red Wing has taken Philly’s Eagle logo, reversed it, and added a little red color instead of green.
2. Coon Rapids Cardinals – Minnesota high schools really like to use that Arizona Cardinals logo. I wonder why.
1. Champlin Park Rebels – Essentially just a reverse image of the New England Patriots! Let’s give the students a chance to create a logo!