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UNC mascot remembered for his 'genuine love'


Emmitt Ray said that his son "absolutely loved" dressing up as Rameses, despite the costume's bulk. "It was his way of supporting the team," Emmitt Ray told The Star-Ledger of Newark. "There are things you just can't explain. He wasn't doing anything he wasn't supposed to be doing. He was 200 yards from the hotel." (Winston-Salem Journal)


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