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Hello! I’m Blue2, the official mascot of Butler University. Just thinking back off the top of my furry head, some of the obvious things that come to mind are my appearances at Butler sporting events. Whether it's leading the football team onto the field, greeting the starters on the basketball court, doing my "tricks" during a timeout at center court, or serving as the halftime entertainment at a soccer match where I displayed my own soccer techniques, those are all great instances where I steal the show. Of course, there's more than athletic events, there's also the performing arts. I've been a part of the limelight at several events such as YMCA Geneva Stunts, YMCA Spring Sing and JCFA's REJOICE! where the students sang "Blue Christmas" and I came out on stage riding a sleigh with Santa Claus. I also make appearances at university/campus events for University Advancement, Admissions, Student Affairs, and much more. Basically, I do it all. If you are on campus, be sure to stop by my office and bring me some treats!

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A Smiley Morning Show Investigative Report

 The audio from my radio appearance yesterday morning on the Smiley Morning Show, WZPL-FM
99.5 is now available. I was on from 7 – 8 a.m. to discuss the case of
the missing Butler Bulldog mascot costumes. Well really I let my dad do
most of the talking.

In
case you are wanting a visual of the stuffed bulldog that I adopted and
mutilated while I was in studio (just listen to the audio and you’ll
hear it referenced quite a bit), here’s what it looks like today…

Anyway,
today I’m back on campus and drumming up support around the country to
find these missing mascot costumes. But, I’m hearing rumors of the
costumes actually being somewhere on campus. I won’t name names or
locations just yet to proctect the innocent, but I may just have to go
check it out!

Stay tuned,

Blue II

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