Power Rankings: Pilgrim and Native American Mascots

Homer the Brave (Atlanta Braves)
Baseball-shaped head, which kind of resembles the Mets mascot. Full name, “Homer The Brave,” was used because it sounded like “Home of the Brave,” which are the last words in “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Osceola (Florida State University)
The legendary Seminole mascot rides a horse bareback onto the football field before each game, carrying a burning spear. Students who earn the part must train for two years, which explains why FSU’s mascot has never caught the stadium or himself on fire.
Chief Wahoo (Cleveland Indians)
Chief Wahoo has to be at the top; I mean, he’s a movie star. Who can forget the “Major League” movies? He is a great mascot and star for the Cleveland franchise.
Tommy Hawk (Chicago Blackhawks)
No relation to Tony Hawk, legendary skateboarder, but still pretty cool. He wears the Blackhawks’ four feathers on his head. He participates in the T-Shirt Toss and the Puck Chuck.
Chief Zee (Washington Redskins)
Unofficial mascot but well-known fan of the Washington Redskins. Dresses as an American Indian head to toe.
Pilgrim Pete (Plymouth Argyle FC)
Mascot of Plymouth Argyle, he's got the perfect mustache for "Movember."
Aztec Warrior (San Diego State University)
Aztec Warrior is awesome and is the best thing about the San Diego State football program of late.
KC Wolf (Kansas City Chiefs)
Not exactly who you'd expect to be the Chiefs mascot, but he gets the fans pumped. Arrowhead is one tough place to play.
Patty the Pilgrim (New England College)
Mascot of New England College, a Division III school represented by the pilgrim mascot.
Swoop (University of Utah)
The red-tailed hawk Swoop made his debut in 1996, replacing an Indian as the Utes mascot.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers, Ankur Varma and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.


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