BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State has rolled out a new Bobcat logo and block letter ``M'' that school officials say reflects the ``dynamic state'' of the school's teams.
The Bobcat moves away from a stylized logo introduced in 2004 to a bit more realistic-looking Bobcat head. The ``M'' that appears on football helmets was changed to look less like the block ``M'' used by Michigan and Missouri.
The university paid Torch Creative $18,000 to redesign the Bobcat logo and the ``M.''
Athletic director Peter Fields says changing the logo on the football field will cost about $40,000 while other stadium changes will cost $10,000.
Apparel with the new Bobcat logo is already available.

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