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Arizona State University
Originally the mascot was a owl then a bulldog now a sun devil in 1946
Auburn University
Mascot has won a record 6 mascot national championships, Aubie was among the first 3 college mascots inducted to the Mascot Hall of Fame, August 15, 2006
Baylor University
Each bear is named 'Judge' in honour of Judge Robert Emmett Bledsoe Baylor, the university's namesake. Texas
Boise State University
Buster Bronco
Boston College
Baldwin the Eagle
Bald Eagle
Brigham Young University
Cosmo the Cougar
Colorado State
Cam the Ram
A live male bighorn sheep
Dartmouth College
Keggy the Keg
Unoffical mascot. New Hampshire
East Carolina University
PeeDee the Pirate
Located Greenville, North Carolina
Georgia Institute of Technology
Represented as a stylized yellowjacket with yellow-and-black fur, white wings, a yellow head and antennae
Georgia State University
Pounce the Blue Panther
Grand Valley State University
Louie the Laker
Is the fun-loving, zany, wacky and over the top mascot. Michigan
Howard University
Illinois State University
Reggie Redbird
Is present at many campus events including sports events and major events during freshman orientation
James Madison University
Duke Dog
Was introduced 1972-73. Virginia
Kansas State University
Willie the Wildcat
Kansas Wesleyan University
The Coyotes
Louisiana State University
Mike the Tiger
By tradition a live Bengal tiger
Marquette University
Golden Eagles
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tim the Beaver
McPherson College
Ben the Bulldog
Michigan State University
Usually depicted as a muscular male Spartan warrior/athlete dressed in stylized Greek costume
Michigan Technological University
Blizzard T. Husky
The T stands for The
Northern Arizona University
Louie the Lumberjack
The nickname dates back to the early history of the school
The Ohio State University
Brutus Buckeye
Athletics mascot
Old Dominion University
Big Blue
Oregon State
Benny Beaver
1st used the beaver mascot 1942
Pennsylvania State University
The Nittany Lion
Name refers to the mountain lions that once roamed nearby and to Mt Nittany, a local landmark
Purdue University
Boilermaker Special
Rensseler Polytechnic Institute
Official mascot of the institutes men's and women's ice hockey teams
Scottsdale Community College
Artie The Fighting Artichoke
Southern Illinois University
The Saluki Dog
Southern Methodist University
A black Shetland pony, the name 'Peruna' is given to each successive live mascot. Texas
Stevens Institute of Technology
Attila the Duck
Hoboken, New Jersery
St Joseph's University
The Hawk
The mascot flaps its "wings" without interruption (even during halftime) thoughout basketball games, Pennsylvania
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
A gremlin-looking creature holding a mortar and pestle. The "Eutectic" describes the scientific process of two solids being combined to form a liquid
Texas Tech University
The Masked Rider
Orginally called 'Ghost Rider'
Towson University
He is named after former sports department head Donald "Doc" Minnegan. Maryland
United States Air Force Academy
The Bird
United States Naval Academy
Bill the Goat
A live goat is used as well as a costumed one. Annapolis, Maryland
University of Alabama
Big Al
He is a gray elephant
University of Arkansas
A boar
University of California, Berkeley
Has been a tradition at the school since making his debut 1941
University of Central Florida
Is sometimes seen riding a horse around campus and during football games.
University of Colorado at Boulder
A life mascot namely a buffalo
University of Evansville
Ace Purple
Indiana. University nickname is the Aces, and school colours are purple and white.
University of Florida
Albert E. & Alberta Gator
A live gator used to be mascot
University of Georgia
Pronounced Uh-Guh
University of Iowa
Herky the Hawk
Athletics mascot
University of Kansas
Baby Jay
Was created 1971
University of Kentucky
A live bobcat
University of Maine
Black bear mascot
University of Maryland
True Grit
Appears in two forms, as a statue and as a costumed Chesapeake Bay retreiver
University of Miami
Sebastian the Ibis
Mascot wears a Hurricanes football jersey with the number 00
University of Minnesota
Goldy the Gopher
During the year, Goldy makes over 1000 appearances.
University of Nebraska
Herbie Husker
Oldest current mascot of the Univ. of Nebraska's sports teams
University of Nevada
He took over the duties of cheering from his Uncle Wolfie in 1999
University of Notre Dame
The Leprechaun
University of Oklahoma
Sooner Schooner
Is a scaled down replica of the Conestoga wagon
University of Oregon
Donald Duck
Donald Duck was named an honorary alumnus of the university. AKA Puddles the Duck.
University of South Carolina
He represents a cartoon version of a gamecock (a fighting rooster)
University of Southern California
A white horse
University of Southern Indiana
Archibald Eagle
University of Texas at Dallas
The university is known as The Comets and the mascots name is comet spelled backwards
University of Texas
A Texas longhorn, has been called the toughest-looking animal mascot in sports
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bucky Badger
Fullname Buckingham U. Badger
Valparaiso University
The Crusader
Wake Forest University
Demon Deacon
North Carolina
Wichita State University
Yale University
Handsome Dan
Bulldog, Connecticut

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