Meet the Family that Takes Care of UNC’s Mascot


Every autumn, a few hours before home games, family and friends gather at Hogan’s Magnolia View Farm, just as they have for decades. Picking burrs and twigs from Rameses’s thick wool, Don and his nephew Henry Hogan have to work together to brush and bridle the rambunctious ram. “Then we use the currycomb until he looks good enough to go to town.” (Our State Magazine)

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Meet the Family that Takes Care of UNC’s Mascot


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