Twenty-four athletes took part in ESPN The Magazine 's 2015 Body Issue , but for whatever reason, there were no mascots included in the feature. That doesn't mean that no mascot was willing to show off his or her physique, however...
(Front row): Michigan State mascot Sparty , Wayne State mascot W, Detroit Lions mascot Roary, Oakland University mascot Girzz, (back row) Detroit Sports.Com mascot Champ and Detroit Tigers mascot PAWS pose for a group shot before the Mascot Chip Shot contest at Cherry Creek Golf Club in Shelby TWP. on Monday, July 1, 2015.
A sports team's mascot does more than just rev up the crowd. It's a way for people to recognize a team, a part of its brand. In honor of Adweek's Sports Issue, we took a look at some beloved—and sometimes strange—team mascots.
College sports are so much more than just the final scores and game play. There are several factors that contribute to the overall atmosphere and draws fans in to get us excited for game time. When you think about going to the game, there are plenty of things that get your blood pumping besides the upcoming action on the field (or court, Kans...
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