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Rameses put out to pasture


There will be a new face on the sidelines of the football field this fall, but to many he will look like the same beloved mascot. Rameses the ram will be replaced this season by his son, Pablo, a 3-year-old ram, because Rameses lost a horn butting heads with his son. Pablo will become the 18th Rameses, the ram that represents the University at football games. (Daily Tar Heel)


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