The Secret Life of Live Mascots
Posted Nov 9, 2017
Rameses has no tar on his heels. He does, however, have red clay, mud and sawdust on his hooves. He picks up those each day as he frolics around Hogan's Magnolia View Farm, located only 5 miles west of his Saturday afternoon workplace, UNC's Kenan Memorial Stadium. "You'd be doing well to be living this ol' boy's life right here," says Hogan's grandson.
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