One of the most divisive issues at Texas A&M is the beveled logo.
While it isn't new (the first beveled logo appeared in 2001), it has become far more prevalent over the past several years, creeping its way onto everything from buildings and football uniforms to the new university seal. Love it or hate it, the bevel is here to stay, not just at A&M, but across the Southeastern Conference. Our conference logo, after all, is beveled.
The bevel is the future. The bevel makes everything better. Everything needs more bevel, so let's see how other SEC schools look with a beveled logo.