Meet The College Mascot Tigers

Meet The College Mascot Tigers

Meet The College Mascot Tigers

Go Tigers! We've got quite a few plush tigers here at Gamezies, and we know how important it is that your little ones grows up knowing the story behind their favorite tiger. Meet all of the college mascot tigers and learn more about their origin stories here.

Meet The College Mascot Tigers

Meet the college mascot tigers, and then shop all Gamezies mascot pacifiers.

Aubie The Tiger, Auburn University

aubie the tiger

They may not be able to say ‘War Eagle’ just yet, but your little ones can have their own version of Aubie the Tiger! Gamezies worked diligently to accurately depict this collegiate favorite.

This college mascot first appeared as a cartoon character on the Auburn/Hardin-Simmons football program cover in October 1959. Aubie the Tiger is in his 37th season as a spirit leader and goodwill ambassador for Auburn University. He's a nine-time UCA National Champion, the most of any mascot, and the first to be inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame.

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The Tiger, Clemson University

clemson the tiger

Start them young! The bold stripes and purple and orange colors will captivate the attention and hearts of little ones.

Clemson's athletic teams have been nicknamed the Tigers since the late 1800s. In the 1970s, mascot Zach Mills began the tradition of doing push-ups after every score equal to the number of points Clemson had in the game. Mills performed 287 push-ups, a record that was later eclipsed by Ricky Capps, who performed 465 push-ups in a victory over Wake Forest. The tradition is now commonly emulated by other college mascots.

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Mike The Tiger, LSU

lsu mike the tiger

Calling Baton Rouge and all parents! Geaux on and have some peace of mind and quiet when your baby uses this pacifier and plush toy. We know how revered Mike the Tiger is which is why we went above and beyond to perfectly capture his likeness.

In 1934, Mike I was brought to LSU by collecting 25 cents from every student to purchase a 200 pound tiger from the Little Rock Zoo. Since his 20-year long reign, there have been six additional tigers guarding and cheering on LSU teams. Most recently, Mike VII, who has both Siberian and Bengal characteristics, was donated to LSU from a Florida sanctuary. Mikes IV, V and VI were also donated to LSU from rescue facilities.

Order a Mike The Tiger plush pacifier.


Which is your favorite of the college mascot tigers? Which tiger do you cheer on? Share below so we know where you're rooting from!