Just as all the Texas Big XII universities have their own spirit hand signs, so does Angelo State University with the Ram’s Head.
The sign is made by bending the middle and ring fingers down over the palm and covering them with the thumb. The extended index and pinky fingers are then bent halfway to represent the curve of the horns.
You will see the sign used at various times during athletic events and always during the playing of the Alma Mater in acknowledgement of the mighty and majestic Ram.
In addition to the hand sign, the Ram’s Head is also incorporated in the University’s logo. The stylized horn of the Ram rises out of the “U” in “ASU” and sweeps back around the “S” and over the lower portion of the “U.” When used without the “A” and the “S,” the “U” is truncated to provide a stylized view of the Ram’s Head.