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Georgia Tech Football Mascot

Georgia Tech Football Mascot

Georgia Tech Mascot

Georgia Tech Mascot

Georgia Tech’s mascot is named Buzz. The Silverback is the school’s $5 million new research facility that was just opened six months ago.

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This past Saturday was Hosford’s time to get away for good. After enrolling at Tech in the fall of 2011 and joining the squadron of students who animate Buzz in the spring of 2013, Hosford graduated with a degree in computer science. As is the tradition for Buzz students, he was given a piggyback ride by a current Buzz across the stage to receive his diploma, the first public reveal of his alter ego. At the end of a six-year run as the beloved mascot, he is believed to be the longest-serving Buzz in the 39 years that the whimsical yellow jacket has been an official member of the Tech spirit squad.

Logan: So we start off with a turkey trying to fight a swarm of yellow jackets. Since this is homecoming we are assuming that the turkey in question is trying to get into the hive of yellow jackets. I googled it, and found some birds are immune to a small number of yellow jacket stings. Turkeys, with their exposed heads, are not one of those birds. If this was an away game, maybe I give the turkey a better chance of fending off the yellow jackets. But this is a swarm defending it’s hive, those yellow jackets will not give up. I expect the jackets to swarm and scare off the turkey threat. The jackets then start up their model A and run the turkey over. Yellow Jackets have this one all the way. (Source: www.fromtherumbleseat.com)

Fan

Logan: Ignore the labels. The mascots in this matchup are a human, goat, and Egyptian pharaoh hybrid in the form of UNC’s mascot Ramses. For ND you have to fight a leprechaun. If we’re looking purely at physical strength you would go with Ramses. Unfortunately for UNC fans leprechauns are smart, tricky, and have magic. I think Ramses gives a strong showing early, but eventually the leprechaun will find a way to overcome any threat Ramses could pose. ND takes this one. (Source:

Ben: I don’t follow baseball quite as much as I used to, and the Bindex doesn’t tell me anything about either of these teams, so I’ll leave it at this. The Braves had made it this far on a hope and a prayer after losing Ronald Acuña and Mike Soroka. Quite honestly, I wasn’t expecting them to get this far. But I feel like you always see teams like this in the Playoffs. It’s the team that no one expected to make it this far, but they get hot and do the thing. And that’s exactly what happens here. (Source: www.fromtherumbleseat.com)

 

 

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