Pac-10 invites fans to pick title game logo
The Pac-10 Conference has launched Make Your Pick, an online logo poll that is literally giving college football fans a chance to leave their mark on the 2011 Pac-12 Football Championship Game, it was announced Friday.
With polling beginning Friday (May 27) at www.pac-10.org/logocontest.aspx, fans will choose between four logos to determine which one the conference uses for its inaugural Football Championship Game December 2 on FOX.
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The four-day contest ends Monday, May 30 at 5 p.m. PT, and the logo with the most votes will become the official mark for the game and will be seen on the field, on television and on championship game merchandise. The winning logo will be revealed Tuesday, May 31.
"With our championship game being played on one of our campuses, we already know the fans are going to have a huge impact on the game come December," Pac-10 Chief Marketing Officer Danette Leighton said. "We are very thankful to the fans and alumni that make up the Pac-12 and we thought this would be a fun way to get them involved early and help influence the first-ever Pac-12 Football Championship game."
With the addition of the University of Colorado and the University of Utah, the Pac-10 officially becomes the Pac-12 on July 1, 2011, and will host its inaugural football championship game Dec. 2 on the home field of the top team in the conference standings. FOX will televise the game.
The 2011 season kicks off Thursday, Sept. 1.