The FOX Sports Wisconsin digital staff voted on the logos from the history of Wisconsin sports -- from the Racine Belles to the Milwaukee Brewers -- in trying to determine the best-looking (and, well, worst).
The criteria? Take the primary logo of a team and grade it based on its aesthetic value mixed with its creativity, color scheme and -- in some cases -- a dash of nostalgia.
There's 38 logos in all and we rank them from best to worst, starting with ...
1. Milwaukee Bucks (1968-93)
The best logo in the history of Wisconsin sports. Why? There's something about the charm of this little deer. How does a hoof spin a basketball?
2. Milwaukee Brewers (1978-1993)
The arrow in FedEx, the chips & dip in Tostitos and the “M” and “B” hidden in this glove. Welcome to every “logo fun facts” gallery ever created. (Note: For lovers of this logo, it finished just one point behind the Bucks.)
3. Green Bay Packers (1980-Present)
Iconic. You see this letter, you immediately think of the Ice Bowl, Lambeau and Lombardi. But definitely not the Georgia Bulldogs.
4. Milwaukee Brewers (1970-1977)
A human keg swinging a baseball bat is every Brewers fan’s dream. And check out that launch angle.
5. Milwaukee Bucks (2015-Present)
The logo that really emphasizes the terror in #FearTheDeer. Bonus points for the hidden "M." (RT when you see it.)
6. Fond du Lac Spiders (Northwoods League)
We're very Fond of this one. Also note that spider is not to scale in comparison with the dock. Thank goodness.
Not just a "W" but a motion "W". Plus. this "W" looks good on an axe. And a bull. And the ... freedom trophy?
t-9. Madison Mallards (Northwoods League)
Anyone else see a little “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” influence here? We dig it.
t-9. Milwaukee Admirals (1982-97)
This admiral is skating to the sin bin after dropping his gloves. Just look at that guilty face.
11. Lakeshore Chinooks (Northwoods League)
Points for the unique nickname. Extra points for the C-shaped fish. We're hooked.
12. Green Bay Blizzard (Indoor Football)
Nothing screams intimidation like the Abominable Snowman doing the Heisman.
13. Kenosha Kingfish (Northwoods League)
This logo probably would've cracked the top 10, but that fish definitely skips leg day.
14. Milwaukee Admirals (2015-present)
"You best start believing in ghost stories, Miss Turner ... you're in one!" -- Captain Barbossa, Admirals front office.
15. Wisconsin Rapids Rafters (Northwoods League)
We're not sure a bat would make a good oar, but this guy seems to be enjoying himself. Unrelated: “The Rescuers” is an underrated movie.
16. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Single-A)
Wouldn't want to meet one of these in the wild. Points given for the fang-like Rattlers.
17. Milwaukee Wave (MISL years)
Do you see the soccer ball between the blue wave? And how about that font used for Wave? Oh, the '80s.
18. UW-Stevens Point Pointers
It’s hard not to root for a team with a doggo as its mascot. Just ask Virginia’s men’s basketball squad. Or not.
t-19. Milwaukee Bucks (1993-2006)
Not going to lie, we miss the threads with the big purple deer a bit. (Side note: We are not including the green and red version since it's really the same logo with different colors. And we like this color scheme better.)
t-19. Wisconsin Woodchucks (Northwoods League)
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
The answer: a 34-inch maple bat.
21. Milwaukee Brewers (2000-2017)
This logo belongs on a beer can. In a good way.
22. Marquette Golden Eagles (2005-present)
Clean, plain & easy. Just like spelling "Wojciechowski."
23. Green Bay Bullfrogs (Northwoods League)
If Jeremiah was a bullfrog, this is his evil, crazy cousin that didn't quite make it.
24. Marquette Golden Eagles (1994-2004)
Class. Elegance. Strength. Dwyane Wade in the Final Four.
25. Green Bay Packers (1956-1961)
Not the best passing form we've seen from a quarterback. This could explain football during that era. Also, this would've helped in geography class.
26. UW-Parkside Rangers
It seems like a boring, old logo with a mean (and green) bear, but kudos for it looking like a ranger patch.
27. UW-Superior Yellowjackets
That is one superior-looking bee. Looks like this guy ate a bit too much honey for breakfast.
28. Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix
The red frosted tips are a nice touch.
29. UW-Whitewater Warhawks
It's hard for a warhawk to fly with all those DIII championships weighing it down.
30. UW-River Falls Falcons
It's the warhawk, just a little less fierce.
31. Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers
The panther is a big "yes." The font? Not so much.
32. Racine Belles (AAGPBL)
Is that a ... IS THAT ... ?!?!?!?
(Settle down, it's a beehive. This was the pre-emoji 1940s, after all.)
33. Kenosha Comets (AAGBPL)
Not sure what a farmhouse has to do with a comet, but hey, it was the '40s. Maybe it's hidden inside.
34. Milwaukee Bonecrushers (2008-09)
Alright, who left Microsoft Paint up on the office computer?
35. Milwaukee Wave (MASL years, current)
Looks more like a small mountian than a wave. And why yellow? Eew. Also, MKE? Does this team play at the airport? Take a lesson from the MISL days.
36. UW-Platteville Pioneers
We absolutely love the secondary logo. However, this is about the primary logo. But, uh, sheesh, those pickaxes look sharp!
37. Marquette Warriors (1971-93)
The logo change was ... a good choice.
38. UW-Stout Blue Devils
In last place by a landslide, although it received no last-place votes. C'mon, Stout, a flame over an i? You can do better. We all can.