What are the Most Famous Sports Mascots Found in Nashville?

Nashville is a city full of sports and with sports come mascots. Sometimes the mascot can be the most interesting part of the entire game.

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What are the Most Famous Sports Mascots Found in Nashville?

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Monday, January 20th, 2014 at 7:54am.

Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/loudestnoise/3168692080/Nashville is a city full of sports and with sports come mascots. Sometimes the mascot can be the most interesting part of the entire game. Many of these fun-loving characters are found in Nashville including:

  • Gnash - This is the mascot for the Nashville Predators and provides a lot of fun. He pulls out many unexpected stunts and helps to keep the crowd entertained throughout the games.
  • Mr. Commodore - The mascot for Vanderbilt University, most just call him Mr. C. This multi-talented guy always has plenty of cheerleaders around him and provides all kinds of interesting fun.
  • Ozzie - Maybe the most famous local mascot, Ozzie has been entertaining fans for almost 10 years at Greer Stadium. He gets around town quite a bit, as well and Ozzie is very heavily involved in many Kids Club programs and other programs throughout the city.
  • T-Rac - The mascot of the Tennessee Titans, T-Rac is very goofy and has plenty of energy. This furry guy drives around in a golf cart, not so safely and provides all kinds of fun for kids and adults.
  • Shotgun Red - After an appearance on "Nashville Now," Red became quite popular. He is still a part of the show, which is found on TNN and hosted by Ralph Emery. He's been around for about ten years now and he's well known throughout Nashville.
  • LU Bison - The mascot for Lipscomb University is a bit new, but he's very energetic and cool. Kids love this mascot and he provides plenty of fun entertainment.
  • Twiga - The mascot for the Nashville Zoo, Twiga is a Giraffe and provide plenty of fun for kids.
  • Swifty - Another very friendly mascot perfect for kids, Swifty is a baby eagle. He's the mascot for the Frist Center.

All of these mascots provide plenty of entertainment for kids and adults. When you attend an event in Nashville, you may just run into one of these furry friends.

 

Gary Ashton

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