The constellations used represent roads and buildings on campus at UCF, including Orion (the name of the road that circles Spectrum Stadium) with his club or sword drawn at Taurus the bull, the victim of Orion’s strike. Taurus represents the opponent and the conquered.
The outline of the Arecibo telescope, the largest fully operational radio telescope on the planet – the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is under UCF Management
The flight coordinates “SS50 R-090/31 LC39A” that shows how the 50-yard line of Spectrum Stadium lines up on the exact latitude as Launch Complex 39A, NASA’s most historic launch pad, 31 miles to the east.
A shape of the planet named after UCF (UCF1.01)
The sleeves feature a large Pegasus constellation where the Pegasus logo would typically be on our uniforms.
The unofficial first mascot of UCF who first appeared on the 1968-1969 school handbook. Although it has made appearances on special baseball and soccer uniforms in the past few years, this is the first time it will ever be worn on the football field.