Alabama A&M Bulldogs is a sports division owned by Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, located in Huntsville, Alabama. It was founded in 1875 and today is under the leadership of Bryan Hick. The division is part of the NCAA’s Southwestern Athletic Conference, where its teams play in Division I/FCS. It consists of 15 sports teams playing under the names Alabama A&M Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs. Among them are baseball, football, and basketball.
Meaning and History
The logo of the year 2000, which is still relevant, presents a monogram formed from the first letters of the name of the University of Agricultural and Mechanical University. It has a complex structure. In the foreground is a large “A.” In the upper triangle is a small “A.” Below, under the crossbar, is an “M.” In the background is a “U,” composed of three fragments.
All letters with serif and uppercase. Most of them are rounded, as a result of which the emblem has smoothly curved outlines. Thanks to this technique, the abbreviation does not look strictly or officially, even though it is a purely graphic symbol. Compared with the second university logo, which depicts a bulldog, it is considered a more attractive option. The official colors of the teams and their distinguishing marks are burgundy, white.
Alabama A&M Bulldogs Football
The university’s football team was founded in 1912. He is a member of the NCAA Division I Football Championship. Speaker at the Southwestern Athletic Conference. Her home stadium is Louis Crews Stadium. The head coach is Connell Maynor.