Before the University of Texas Longhorns and the University of Georgia Bulldogs confronted off within the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday, there was an incident that occurred between their mascots. Bevo
Now the animal rights group PETA is getting concerned and even despatched each groups a letter asking them to do away with their mascots. On their blog they wrote:
"[The live animal mascots are] often carted round to sporting occasions and public appearances, that are complicated and horrifying for them. Human mascots can have interaction with sports activities followers, pose for photos, lead cheers, and pump up their groups and followers significantly better than a terrified animal can. They’re additionally a lot cheaper for faculties, and a few universities provide scholarships for pupil mascots."
After all was stated and carried out, the Longhorns defeated the Bulldogs 28-21 in a sport that was thought of to be an upset. To learn extra of PETA's assertion, take a look at the tweet under.