It looks like the Rams copied their new logo from a Division II school in Texas

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Listen, we've all forgotten to do that one homework assignment and turned to one of our friends to copy theirs right before class starts. "Sure, just make sure you change a couple of the answers so the teacher doesn't notice."

Well, the Rams thought they could pull a fast one on the internet when they released their new logo on Monday. But once again, the internet remains undefeated.

A few people noticed that L.A.'s fresh new look wasn't quite so fresh, or new. In fact, it looks remarkably similar to that of Angelo State University —also the Rams — a school in San Angelo, Tex.

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It's bad enough that fans reacted less than positively to the new logo when it was first leaked two weeks ago. It didn't get much better when the Rams made it official, and who can blame the fans? It looks like it could easily be a Chargers logo (similar colors, same city, the horn could pass for a lightning bolt). It also looks nothing like the Rams' new $5 billion stadium, which was built to be shaped like the old logo.

But add on the fact that it might actually have been plagiarized from a Division II school? It's not a good look.

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