Found April 10, 2012 on Nittany Lions Den:
Hey, remember the Houston Cougars? They were the team led by sixth-year quarterback Case Keenum that shelled Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl on January 2, in case you decided to wipe that game from your memory banks (and really, nobody here will blame you for that). Well, they have a new logo set that was unveiled today. While the new primary logos are just a freshened up version of their previous logo, the secondary Cougar logo looks somewhat familiar. Have a look... See a resemblance? Is there one here? OK, it might be a bit of a stretch. Maybe the Houston logo is what would be the end result if the Penn State and Kansas State logo had a kid, or a cub as it were. Or is the new Houston logo more of a knock off of the Missouri Tigers logo? Whatever the case, whether the Houston logo was influenced by an existing logo or not, it was a clear upgrade over their previous Cougar logo, even if it does resemble the Thundercats logo. Follow Nittany Lion's Den on Twitter, Faceb...
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The new Houston Cougars logo looks like a Thundercat

Via EDSBSThe Houston Cougars got a new logo today and it was… interesting. The Cougar looks pretty angry. This design is probably to strike fear into the hearts of their opponents. It also kind of looks like a Thundercat from the TV series Thundercats. Hopefully this was intentional because it is totally awesome.

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