NEW ORLEANS LA - JANUARY 04: "Tusk II" is seen outside the Louisiana Superdome before the Allstate Sugar Bowl between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Ohio State Buckeyes on January 4 2011 in New Orleans Louisiana. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
I am looking forward to kicking off the summer of Razorback trivia in earnest once the baseball season comes to an end, which I hope is after a long stop in Omaha. But I had a good trivia question come to mind the other day, so I thought I wouldn't sit on it and go ahead and share it. Our former coach's misbehavior made headlines each week in April. But bad behavior in Razorback history has not been limited to players and coaches. Our own mascot has a history of acting, well, like a pig. Here's a list of bad behavior. Can you pick out which one our live mascot didn't do? Vote and then find the answer in the comment section.
Which one of these did our live mascot NOT do?
Big Red III escaped in 1977 and ravaged the countryside before being gunned down by an irate farmer (15 votes)
Ragnar, a wild hog from South Arkansas, escaped killed a coyote, a domestic pig, and seven rattlesnakes (27 votes)
Tusk III, at over 500 pounds, has repeatedly jumped over a four foot gate (34 votes)
After the 69 game with Texas, our mascot escaped and gored a neighbor's domestic cow (74 votes)
150 total votes