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the letters TCU again appeared on the helmet

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TCU’s football helmets have a memorable history dating back over 50 years. They have had some mixture of player numbers, pictures of a horned frog, as well as the letters T-C-U more than the years. They’ve been white, purple, silver, and occasionally black. The 1960’s saw 4 different helmet designs. Significantly of that period, the helmet was either white or purple with the player’s quantity (e.g. 88) on the side of the helmet,http://www.cartouchesansfin.fr/likableshoes.php, either in a sans serif font or a block font. During 1966,https://food2campus.com/23frees.php, the helmet had a strange-looking horned frog head. The subsequent year, the letters TCU had been on the helmet; it was comparable towards the modern day Texas A&M logo with a big T and a smaller C and U on either side. In the 1970’s, the letters TCU again appeared on the helmet, in a stylized serif font with T, C, and U going in a diagonal path down from facemask side to back side.

Perhaps one of the most-loved and famous logos of TCU appeared in 1977. The “Flying T” had a large T racing from front to back. C and U had been underneath. It had an ESPN-logo type feel to it. Like a stencil, the C and U were not fully connected. They were 3 and 2 unconnected blocks of text. The original Flying T helmet was silver, but by 1980,http://www.petstilo.com.br/freerunfans.php, it was purple and it remained that way until 1991. By 1992, the administration apparently wanted a new look and decided to retire the Flying T; although as recently as 2010, there had been Facebook postings asking them to bring it back. In 1992, the helmet remained purple, but went to three equal-sized block letters of TCU. They had an upslope on the T, a level slope on the C, and a downslope on the U. The next year, the helmet was changed from purple to silver and the TCU letters had been outlined in white. This design held steady for 2 years before being replaced with a black outline and black facemask. A horned frog was added underneath the letters, the color went back to purple,http://www.bosuball.com.au/newnikefree.php, and this designed remained with some minor tweaking from 1998 to 2010. On some specific games, Nike did a custom helmet of either black or silver with red frogs blood (horned frogs spit blood from their eyes to scare predators) and a frog-like scale. Finally,http://www.dulce-detalle.com/web/flyfreerundeal.php, in the course of the 2011 Rose Bowl game, the frog had a rose through its mouth. The latest helmet marks a return towards the TCU lettering with no frog. Searching at the past few years with so many changes and adjustments, it is unlikely to last without some changes soon.

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