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Otto the Orange

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Otto the Orange is the mascot for the Syracuse Orange, the athletic teams of Syracuse .... Syracuse Orange men's basketball. Venues. Archbold Gymnasium ...

Origins of Orange: Colors, nicknames and mascots of Syracuse ...

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Mar 24, 2015 ... In 2004, Nike wanted to redraw Otto, a character it called "odd ... As in, a single shade of orange, simplified logos, and no more Orangemen or ...

mascot history - Syracuse University - Archives

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In the 1920's Syracuse University football had a four-footed mascot, Vita the Goat. ... "Clyde" by the Lambda Chi Alpha brothers, and the second called "Woody". ... enough in recent years to lead the Orangemen to many successful seasons, ...

Do Syracuse Orangemen hate Catholics? [Archive] - Straight Dope ...

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I can't find anything on Google or on the Syracuse webpage about the origin of " Orangemen". This makes me suspicious that they are trying to ...

Why are Syracuse's sports teams called the orange - Answers.com

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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 gender neutral.

Syracuse University Athletics Unveils Logo Identity (No longer ...

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May 12, 2004 ... Syracuse University has adopted an athletics logo for all of its athletics teams. ... will now use the nickname Orange, replacing Orangemen and Orangewomen. ..... I'd be just as unhappy with a football team that called itself the ...

What are Syracuse University's nicknames and how did it earn them ...

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snow cuse (you can google it and google now will show you the current weather : ) ... The Syracuse Orangemen have NO relation to The Orangemen of Ulster but is only related to the Syracuse University ... Yes, it's called a “bereavement fare.

From the Saltine Warrior to Otto the Orange - Happy Birthday ...

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Mar 24, 2013 ... Syracuse is the only university whose mascot started as a goat, became ... gladiator, and finally became a citrus fruit – namely a round orange called Otto. ... as the Syracuse Orangemen and Syracuse Orangewomen became ...

NCAA TOURNAMENT - MIDWEST - Untimely Error Foils Orange Bid

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Mar 20, 1995 ... It was all there for Syracuse today -- the Arkansas Razorbacks, the ... It was all right there, in the Orangemen's hands, in their palms -- and it slipped away. ... down by 95-94 with 36.3 seconds left, Syracuse called a timeout to ...

Syracuse Orangemen Basketball 1994-1995 - Orangehoops

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1994-1995 Syracuse Orangemen. Back to Home .... One of the Razorback players tried to steal the ball from Jackson, so Moten instinctively called a time out.

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Syracuse University Archives: Syracuse University History - Why ...

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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 ...

No, The Syracuse Orange Should Never Go Back to Being ...

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Mar 25, 2015 ... In 2004, the Syracuse Orangemen and Orangewomen lost their .... No one else can lay claim to being called the Orange and no one else can ...

Why are Protestant Irishmen called Orangemen? - FunTrivia

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Mar 22, 2004 ... Why are Protestant Irishmen called Orangemen - trivia question /questions answer / answers. ... familiarly called the Orange Order, a Protestant Irish society founded and flourishing mainly in ... Syracuse University Orangemen