Well Said Podcast: Rameses and the Hogans
Posted Sep 16, 2018
Rameses, a 7-year-old horned Dorset ram who roams the sidelines of Kenan Stadium during football games, has become one of Carolina’s most famous and beloved Tar Heels. Away from the football field and public life, the same family has been caring for UNC-Chapel Hill’s mascots since the first Rameses walked campus in 1924.
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