Ole Miss Unveils New Logos to Accompany Landshark Legacy

By Anna Grace Usery
Editor-in-Chief
anna.grace.usery@hottytoddy.com

Ole Miss revealed its new mascot this weekend, Tony the Landshark, and soon fans can buy licensed items to show their support. In addition to Tony, Ole Miss rolled out a few new logos to complement the new Landshark trademark. 

Photo courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics.
Photo courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics.
Photo from Ole Miss Athletics.

The spirit of the Landshark dates back to 2008, when Ole Miss won the Cotton Bowl after four straight losing seasons. In a moment of celebration that season, senior linebacker and Iraq War veteran Tony Fein made the legendary ‘Fins Up’ gesture after a game-changing play. 

For more information regarding the new logos, follow this link. 


1 COMMENT

  1. I like these logos a great deal. I do not really care for the shark head on the player that is our on field mascot. I feel like it could be redesigned to be much better. It is presently clownish and doesn’t really look much like a shark. Tony the Shark deserves a better “head”.

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