A complete history of UNC mascot Rameses
Mon Jan 27, 2020
Rameses, the North Carolina Tar Heels' ram mascot that graces Kenan Memorial Stadium today is the latest in a long line of celebrated ovine royalty. But every royal family has its secrets. We know the original Rameses took the throne in 1924, but who was next in line for the crown? And where did today’s lineage truly begin? We set out to uncover the truth.
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