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Mascot Monday: Aubie and War Eagle(kinda)

Rolling on through Phil Steele’s Preseason Top 40 standings and reviewing the mascot on the list we’ve yet to check out, we find ourselves at number 15 and Auburn’s Aubie.  There’s also a confusing status in the War Eagle we’ll take a look at.  The Auburn Tigers are a former national championship team and the mascot has won a couple himself.  This year, former Iowa State head coach Gene Chizik looks to take the winning attitude down there to the next level, and Aubie looks to follow suit.  This week we find out of Aubie’s suit is up for and try figure out just what the heck War Eagle is.

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Mascot Monday: YoUDee

We’re gearing up for a road trip this week.  If you are down in the Austin, Texas area for SXSW for the next 2 weeks, be sure to drop us a line.  The contrast between the home of the Texas Longhorns and the leader Big 12 South versus Kansas City and the epicenter of the Big 12 North should give us plenty of fodder to chew on for the next couple of weeks.  We’re taking no breaks, however, and this week’s Mascot Monday also gives us a good contrast between a good mascot and a bad one.  Now, we’ve seen some non-plussed mascots before but we think YoUDee from the University of Delaware takes the cake.  So come with us on the journey to find out about this blue hen.

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Mascot Monday: Bucky Badger


In the blistering heat of the summer, one can only dream of being in cooler places.  Frozen strawberry margaritas help take you there, but actually being there is so much better. Usually this time of the year see the North being the ‘just right’ temperature.  Thinking of the chilly north and the strawberry red margarita, it makes sense that this week’s mascot would be none other than Wisconsin’s Bucky Badger.  We try to take a cool look at this feisty fella and hopefully stop sweating while doing so.

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