Looking At UConn, San Diego State’s Final Four, Logo History – SportsLogos.Net News

Looking At UConn, San Diego State’s Final Four, Logo History

After three weekends of thrilling upsets and wild finishes, a new national champion will be crowned this evening when fourth-seeded UConn takes on No. 5 seed San Diego State at NRG Stadium in Houston (9:20 p.m. ET on CBS). 

The Huskies are looking to capture their fifth national championship in six Final Four appearances, all of which have come since the 1998-99. That includes their second title when the event is held in Houston, joining the 2010-11 team.

The Aztecs, meanwhile, will play for their first title after knocking off No. 9 Florida Atlantic with a buzzer-beater in the national semifinal on Saturday evening. This is the farthest they’ve ever advanced, surpassing their Sweet 16 appearances in 2011 and 2014.

With that said, SportsLogos.net has decided to take a look at the logo history for both schools. Interestingly, they last updated their logos in 2013, with UConn introducing a new look for Jonathan the Husky and San Diego State cleaning up its “SD” spear mark within weeks of each other.

The Huskies are 4-0 all-time in national championship games and have won every game in this tournament by at least 13 points. However, the Aztecs have already beaten the No. 1 overall seed in Alabama and could put an exclamation point on their run with a victory this evening.