Brutus Buckeye is back in the Columbus Pride Parade, and he’ll be joined by some winged friends from Bowling Green. Freddie and Frieda Falcon, Bowling Green State University’s mascots, will march in today’s parade. It will be the first time that the pair will march in the Columbus event. “Freddie and Frieda’s appearance demonstrates the university’s support for diversity, inclusion, and respect,” Chris Bullins, BGSU associate dean of students, said in a statement. University spokesman Dave Kielmeyer said alumni contacted BGSU officials Thursday, after Ohio State University announced that Brutus’ appearance had been canceled because of safety concerns. Bowling Green jumped at the chance to send its ambassadors. “Given the discussions and the incident in Orlando, as an institution we
Hosted by New Hope for Kids, the 23rd Annual Mascot Games, presented by Wawa, is returning to the Amway Center in June for two shows – 12:30 p.m. Friday, June 17 and 2 p.m. Saturday, June 18 – in Orlando. See Albert and Alberta - University of Florida; Baxter the Bobcat - Arizona Diamondbacks; Captain Fear - Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Champ - Dallas Mavericks; Chomps - Cleveland Browns; Franklin the Dog - Philadelphia 76ers; Fin - Vancouver Canucks; Howler Coyote - Arizona Coyotes; Jaxson De Ville - Jacksonville Jaguars; Kingston - Orlando City Soccer Club; Knightro - University of Central Florida; Louie - St. Louis Blues; NJ Devil - New Jersey Devils; Rowdy - Dallas Cowboys; Rumble the Bison - Oklahoma City Thunder; Sebastian the Ibis - University of Miami; Stanley C. Panther - Florida Panthers; Stuff the Magic Dragon - Orlando Magic; Thunderbug - Tampa Bay Lightning; Tommy Hawk - Chicago Blackhawks and more.
When a Sacramento bride's father recently passed away, the Kings wanted help. Mascot Slamson accompanied the bride down the aisle during the wedding ceremony. Check out this video courtesy of the Sacramento Kings.
They're furry, fun and on a mission to bring happiness to children fighting life-threatening illnesses. The Mascot Miracle Foundation holds events for sick children, both big and small. The organization gathers mascots from Utah sports teams and corporatio
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