Otto the Orange is the mascot for the Syracuse Orange, the athletic teams of
Syracuse ... Contents. [hide]. 1 History. 1.1 Saltine Warrior; 1.2 Otto becomes
official. 2 References ... It was conclud...
Syracuse University's first colors, in 1872, were "pink and pea green," but then a
year later became "rose pink and azure blue." SU's color finally was changed to ...
Mar 24, 2015 ... 1950s: Origins of Orangemen. The Orangemen ... Otto may have a masculine
name, but SU's official mascot is androgynous. The school says ...
What is the origin of the Orangemen mascot? ... i'm at a student at syracuse and
can tell you that the name comes from the updated school color ...
The name comes from the official school color-orange.The teams used to be
called the orangemen, but it was changed to the orange to be ... History of Sports.
Mar 5, 2013 ... 11 NCAA Team Name Origins That You Never Knew .... The varsity teams of the
school were referred to as Orangemen and Orangewomen ... The Syracuse
Orange last won the NCAA men's basketball national championship ...
The name is from the town of Orange on the Rhone in France, which became ...
Syracuse University in New York state acquired its "Otto the Orange" mascot.
Apr 10, 2013 ... The Saltine Warrior was the official mascot of Syracuse University for 47 years ...
The name of the Chief depited in the portrait was “O-gee-ke-da ...
Mar 24, 2013 ... Focus on Fraternity History & More ... Syracuse is the only university whose
mascot started as a goat, became an ... as the Syracuse Orangemen and
Syracuse Orangewomen became ... A successful campaign by the students who
had worn the orange costume led Chancellor Ken Shaw to name Otto as the ...
The Orangemen! There is no historical connotation. The Syracuse Orangemen
have NO relation to The Orangemen of Ulster but is only related to the Syracuse ...