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Here is the worst LSU hat possible

What happens when you put a second, backwards LSU hat on LSU's not-so-beloved Toonces logo? Nothing good, honestly.

LSU had a good thing going for a while, logo-wise. Yes, their old Tiger logo looked a little bit like veteran character actor Richard Masur (or, alternately, sort of like film critic Leonard Maltin), but it was recognizably what it was, and cool in that way. When the school replaced it with the widely reviled "Toonces" logo, no one was happy. Now, with the release of the hat above, which looks like a collaboration between Toonces and MC Escher, everyone is... even more unhappy.

Leave aside the basic problem of it being a white hat. Let's focus on the fact that Toonces himself is wearing another, different LSU hat, which happens to be camouflage. Let's ponder, if we dare, the possibility that on the back of Toonces' camo hat is another Toonces, wearing a white cap with a still-smaller Toonces in a backwards camo hat on it, and so on into infinity. Or we can just leave it to the good people behind SB's LSU blog And The Valley Shook, who have already helped out with a redesign:

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That's... actually, I'm not sure that's better. Let's just burn it all and start again.

Via @valleyshook

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