10 Most Unique Mascots University In The World

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1. Sammy the Banana Slug (University of California-Santa Cruz)
University of California-Santa Cruz is home to Sammy Banana Slug. A banana slug is a slimy yellow mollusk found near the northern California coastal community of Santa Cruz.They adopted the slug as a mascot comments on the overemphasis of athletics at many universities.

2. Scrotie (Rhode Island School)
Without a doubt, one of the strangest college sports mascots Scrotie, the unofficial mascot of the Rhode Island School of Design. The costumes are unique and terrible at the same time, it looks exactly like a giant penis wearing a red cape with the scrotum hanging beneath.
Scrotie created to entertain Nads in 2001. Despite its status as the unofficial mascot, he was present at all the games and widely accepted by the students.

3. Billiken (St. Louis University)
Mascot this one looks like a vampire or alien or both. mascot was chosen because it resembles the way one of the coaches. Billiken is a representation of good luck.

4. Brutus the Buckeye (Ohio State)
Brutus Buckeye is the athletics mascot of The Ohio State University. Brutus is a student dressed in Buckeye colors with a headpiece resembling an Ohio Buckeye nut. Brutus has appeared since 1965, with periodic updates. As a member of the cheerleading team Brutus Buckeye travel to many athletic and sporting events around The Ohio State University and makes appearances around Columbus.

5. Boll Weevils (University of Arkansas)
At six millimeters long, not many schools boast a mascot smaller than that of the University of Arkansas at Monticello. However, despite the small size, the boll Weevil is a formidable opponent - after all, there was the most destructive cotton pest in the United States. With that in mind, that many want to know why men in Monticello Boll athletics represented by beetles while women known as the "Cotton Blossoms."

6. Fighting Pickles (North Carolina School of the Arts)
Apparently, the Fighting Pickles was first suggested as a joke in 1972 when the North Carolina School of the Arts decided to have a contest to create a mascot. As the mascot contest to choose vegetables that do not win, not only the honor of being the official school mascot but probably the most ridiculous mascot of all time.

7. Super Frog the Horned Frog (Texas Christian University)
TCU has been using the horned toad as a mascot since 1897. The horned toad might sound like a strange choice of a mascot, but the state reptile of Texas, and Native Americans in the Southwest have long believed this frog had ancient power.

8. The Fighting Okra (Delta State University)
This is another vegetable mascot, and one that is suitable for Mississippi schools!Vegetables that look like the slime is their mascot. All the students wanted something green (their uniforms are green)

9. Geoducks (Evergreen State)
Pronounced "Gooey Duck", geoduck is not a waterfowl, as you might expect, but the mollusks. This native of the Pacific Northwest, which explains why the college chose as its mascot. Geoduck Fight Song: It looks like a penis-shaped saltwater clam, and the best part is the Evergreen State Geoduck Fight Song.

10. Gaylord the Camel (Campbell University)
The fact that Campbell University chose the fighting camel as its mascot. Campbell Camels have a nice ring to it. There is no fear of the opposing team with a camel named Gaylord, especially people dancing like this.