OT: Which team has the best helmet stickers in CFB today?

Submitted by oriental andrew on March 28th, 2015 at 2:42 PM

OT b/c UM has announced helmet stickers, but we don't know what they'll look like yet. And there's another thread to discuss that particular topic. So what are your favorites? 

I like Georgia's bones: 

and FSU's hatchets:


Beyond those two...

msu has their block S - I think a block M would look better, but I'm probably biased:

many teams have some variation of the paw:

A fleur-de-lis, this from Tulane (bonus Houston Cougar paws!):

Those of you who want a wolverbear could maybe reimagine it from the BYU stickers:

or from Yale's:

But please, never do what Arkansas did...

And the Stanford Axe is a great idea, but it doesn't look much like an axe to me...



March 28th, 2015 at 2:50 PM ^

Every helmet that is not cluttered with stickers looks better than those if you ask me. But from your list I think I agree with you on Georgia and FSU.


March 28th, 2015 at 2:51 PM ^

They complement the helmet pretty nicely.

Honestly, I'd have to go with Ohio State.  Their plain helmet design was just made to have helmet stickers on it.


March 28th, 2015 at 3:04 PM ^

You would be correct, in my opinion - they are not cool. Actually, I think it would come to a point where you would see a helmet cluttered with "I Will" and probably just tell the player, "Don't tell me you will do it....go out there and just do it. Stop stalling." It might very well be the case that those send the incorrect message. 


March 28th, 2015 at 6:28 PM ^

Yes, I have to admit it works well for them.  Their helmet is pretty boring, but the stickers give it an identity.  Their stickers are the helmet.

When I was a kid, I thought it was amazing that there was a football team that had marijuana stickers on their helmet.  I did not know anything about buckeye leaves.


March 28th, 2015 at 6:06 PM ^

For ours, maybe we can just go with a blue background and in maize, simply, "+1" to symbolize the extra seat for Fitz in the Big House. It would be as if each time one is earned it is earned in respect to Fitz.