DISASTROUS OPENING CEREMONY LEADS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT QUIDDITCH WORLD CUP SECURITY was the title of a Daily Prophet article written by Ginny Potter and published on 12 April, 2014.

The article covered the 2014 Quidditch World Cup Opening Ceremony.

While it is understandable that students feel empowered by a Bulldog, or a Brown Bear, there are some mascots that have no place on any university field of athletics.

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Arizona Florida Florida Gators Kansas Jayhawks Kentucky Louisville Cardinals Mascot Michigan Wolverines Native-Americans Oklahoma State Cowboys Syracuse Tar Heel Texas Longhorns University of North Carolina Virginia Cavaliers Wildcat Wofford Terriers Here are some versions of college mascot logos* that you’ve never seen before. And look at the jowls on Spike the Bulldog (Gonzaga). The Flyers are in reference Orville and Wilbur Wright who were from Dayton, Ohio. I’d like to see more intimidating, powerful animals and scary bugs as school mascots. Speaking of weird choices, the lower the seeds, the more unique the mascot choice.

Here’s the Orangeman, Tarheel, Bearcat, and Buckeye like you’ve (maybe) never seen them. It’s surprising to see so many birds, jays, cardinals, hens, chickens, hawks making up college mascots – when did birds become so intimidating? I’m loving the domesticated dogs being represented by the smaller schools — the Great Danes of Albany, the Wofford Terriers, and Bulldogs of Gonzaga.

Fairbury is keeping the character alive as their mascot and he's certainly one of our favorites. Mary's cheerleaders and the Cardinals mascot cheer in the first half of the Sutherland vs. Mary's Class D-1 girl's state basketball game at Lincoln Northeast High School on Thursday, Feb. The Jeffs is an odd choice, but it's based on the fact that Fairbury is in Jefferson County.

Fairbury is keeping the character alive as their mascot and he's certainly one of our favorites.

This group won’t be mistaken for many other colleges with a friar, a pilot, and a corn husker? It’s not like we’re short of mammals, seafood, and insects.

Are there any other mascots that are not a person or an animal? I like when mascots are more cultural and representative of history than just another meaningless animal mascot.

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