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Podcast Rebellion: Should Ole Miss add a female Landshark mascot?

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Several other SEC schools do it. Why not?

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Ole Miss unveiled their brand new mascot over the weekend and early returns were that it was a success. Tony the Landshark, named after the late great Tony Fein, made its debut at Meet The Rebels and kids loved it, fans loved it, and the Rebs dominated Twitter for the better part of 48 hours.

We discuss our thoughts on the release, the new branding, and what we think could enhance the brand moving forward. Also, should they add a female mascot to the fold to reach out even further to the female fanbase and female sports on campus.

We also touch on Tiger Woods’ humongous push for a major over the weekend and how it factors in to his Ryder Cup status and legacy moving forward. Is his impact on golf bigger than Michael Jordan’s impact on basketball?

Also, Chad Kelly back.

Tune in.


Summer is in full swing so go see Greg and snag some choice meat from LB’s Meat Market, the official sponsor of this here podcast and the best protein for your Ole Miss baseball grilling needs. Also, the BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW food truck will be out and about on The Square. So go get some!

And if you like gambling and good food, head down south to Biloxi after the regional to Harrah’s Gulf Coast for some blackjack, slots, Southern cooking from our good friend, Kelly English, at the Magnolia House, and SOON TO BE HOME TO A SPORTSBOOK. What’s not to like? Winning money, drinking, indoor/outdoor sports bar, STARBUCKS, and our pal Kelly whipping stuff up in a crock pot probably. Go down to the Coast, tell em Red Cup sent ya!

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