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Big 12 Cheerleaders & Mascots

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Tweet The Big 12 Conference has added West Virginia to the fold and here’s a look at the Big 12 mascots and cheerleaders from the recent press days in Dallas.

Mascot Fight

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

Tweet The Ohio University Bobcat attacked the Ohio State mascot Brutus prior to the start of the game last weekend in Columbus.  The Bobcats could have used the mascot on the field as his school took a 43-7 drubbing.  Actually, his initial tackle was pretty lame and Brutus is anything but a bulky guy.

College Nicknames Not Ending in “S”

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

Tweet Here’s a neat trivia question for you.  Of the 119 Division-1 college football teams, name those who do not have nicknames ending in “s”? Tulane Green Wave Navy Midshipmen Alabama Crimson Tide Notre Dame Fighting Irish North Carolina State Wolfpack Nevada-Reno Wolfpack Tulsa Golden Hurricane Stanford Cardinal Syracuse Orange Illinois Fighting Illini Marshall Thundering […]

Florida Gators Champions

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tweet The Florida Gators are the 2008-09 national champions of college football.  Here’s to the Gator!  Congratulations to the Gators and the Florida cheerleaders.

Pitt Mascot

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Tweet The Pitt Panthers roams the sidelines whooping it up for the Panthers team.  He once got shot by the Mountaineers’ musket.

Buckeye Spanks Spartan

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Tweet Not sure why the Spartan volunteered for this?  Maybe it was a bet.

Worst College Mascots

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

Tweet 1. Stanford Cardinal 2. Syracuse Orange 3. Akron Zips 4. Campbell Fighting Camels 5. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 6. Hawaii Rainbows 7. St. Louis Billikens 8. Providence Friars 9. Harvard Crimson 10. George Mason Patriots 11. Wichita State Shockers 12. Tulsa Hurricanes

Purdue Pete — Boilermakers Mascot

Monday, September 15th, 2008

Tweet Purdue Pete first ran onto the field for the Boilermakers in 1956, although his origins date back to 1940.  Learn more about the history of Purdue Pete here.