The mascot of Tarleton State University is the Texan Rider. Its' athletic teams are known as the Texans and TexAnns. The Texan Rider is a horse and rider. The mascot is chosen by the Athletic Department and wears black jeans and boots, white shirt and a black leather vest and chaps trimmed in purple.
well what i think is that it is a turky i mite be wrong so this is just a guess to let you know
The costumed mascot's name is Scratch but the University also has a live bobcat named Blue who resides at the Salato Wildlife Education Center. Blue does not attend games since he, like all bobcats, is very shy by nature and would not do well with the large crowds and noise of collegiate sporting events.
The mascot is named Don Francisco and he is dressed like the fictional character Zorro.
I'm guessing the asker is from the US.Oxford University doesn't really have a mascot, because it's not like "Universities" in the United States, which were mostly started as one single organization from the outset. There may be multiple colleges within the University, but it's a very top-down arrangement.Oxford, in contrast, started as a number of independent colleges within the town of Oxford, which only later merged to form the University.As such, there's no single unified mascot of "Oxford", though each college (or even each team) may have its own mascot.
big red. hes a hilltopper. he basically looks like a big red blob
No it is not, it is a public state university just like UF.
The Portland State University is a public coeducational research university.
the cubs but if you ask me the logo looks more like a bulldog
Short for Pennsylvania State University, Penn State's shortened nickname is recognizable enough that it is featured on the school's professional logo designs. The logo, which is colored in the university's distinctive blue, features a 'Nittany Lion', which is a type of mountain lion that was once found commonly in the area as well as the school mascot. The graphic is shaped like a shield and features the year that the school was founded, 1855, both of which lend an air of establishment and tradition. The original Penn State University seal with the founding date of 1855 on it is very similar to the Pennsylvania State flag.
We don't have anything like a mascot for the country.
Stanford's "mascot" is the color Cardinal. The Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band's (LSJUMB) mascot is the tree. Each individual selected by the band to be tree builds their own costume using their own interpretation of what the tree should look like-- it has been a pine, but also a palm.
It isn't. Their mascot is a tiger. The tiger paw is just one of their symbols, like the "C" they use for their baseball team. But to answer the question, "Why is Clemson's mascot a TIGER?", it is because of Walter Riggs. He came to Clemson as the football coach in 1896 from Auburn University. He had always been a fan of the Princeton Tigers, and, therefore, gave Clemson the mascot.