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Cal Bears

Berkeley, California
Stadium: California Memorial Stadium (63,000)
Arena: Haas Pavilion (11,877)

In 1982, Cal prevented their rival opponent Stanford from defeating them when they lateraled the ball five times on a kickoff return with only four seconds left on the clock. Stanford contends the final score to this day, which remains as 25-20 Cal. The defeat prevented Stanford quarterback John Elway from receiving the Heisman Trophy.

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Washington Huskies

Seattle, Washington
Stadium: Husky Stadium (70,083)
Arena: Alaska Airlines Arena (10,000)

In 1992 while playing the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Husky Stadium recorded the loudest game on record in football history, boasting 133 decibels from fans during the matchup.

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Oregon Ducks

Eugene, Oregon
Stadium: Autzen Stadium (54,000)
Arena: Beasley Coliseum (11,671)

While their football fans sing ‘Shout’ between the third and fourth quarters often during frequent downpours, the players are best known for their many uniforms in crazy combinations, which are provided by Nike mogul and Oregon alumni Phil Knight.

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Stanford Cardinal

Stanford, California
Stadium: Stanford Stadium (50,000)
Arena: Maples Pavilion (7,233)

The Cardinal mascot is named from the color and not the animal. Originally, the school used the ‘Indian’ as their mascot but changed it out of respect for Native Americans in the area. However, Stanford does use the Stanford Tree or El Palo Alto redwood in their school seal and on team logos.

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Washington State Cougars

Pullman, Washington
Stadium: Martin Stadium (35,117)
Arena: Beasley Coliseum (11,671)

While the famous Cougar mascot is now represented by a costumed student, it was originally a live cougar that would attend each Washington State game. The team ultimately discontinued using live animals after the sixth cougar mascot died at age 15.

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Oregon State Beavers

Corvallis, Oregon
Stadium: Reser Stadium (45,674)
Baseball Field: Goss Stadium (3,248)

The Beavers baseball team have reached the College World Series 5 times, winning NCAA championships in 2006 and 2007. They also boast 23 conference championships.

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USC Trojans

Los Angeles, California
Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (93,607)
Arena: Galen Center (10,258)

Fans and players consider any day on which the Trojans win while both Notre Dame and UCLA lose a perfect day. Before they were known as Trojans, the USC teams were referred to as Methodists and Wesleyans. They are the only university in the world to have a gold medalist athlete in every summer Olympiad since 1912.

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Arizona Wildcats

Tucson, Arizona
Stadium: Arizona Stadium (56,029)
Arena: McKale Center (14,700)

The Wildcats often use the phrase ‘bear down’, which is included in their official motto as well as the Arizona fight song. The phrase originated from star quarterback John Byrd “Button” Salmon, who was seriously injured in a car accident and were Salmon’s last words to his teammates before passing away in 1926.

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Utah Utes

Salt Lake City, Utah
Stadium: Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,807)
Arena: Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,000)

The University acquired its mascot and logo from the Ute Indian tribe, which the state of Utah is named after. Since 1922, the school takes part in the legendary ‘holy war’ against the religious Brigham Young University Cougars, a rivalry born from the cultural differences of the respective fan bases.

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UCLA Bruins

Los Angeles, California
Stadium: Rose Bowl (92,542)
Arena: Pauley Pavilion (12,829)

The Bruins baby blue color was originally chosen by football coach Red Sanders so the team would appear bright on the field and on film. UCLA receives the largest number of undergraduate academic applications every year.

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Arizona State Sun Devils

Tempe, Arizona
Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium (64,248)
Baseball Field: Packard Baseball Stadium (3,000+)

The Sun Devils baseball team has made it to the College World Series a total of 22 times and has won 5 NCAA national titles.

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Colorado Buffaloes

Boulder, Colorado
Stadium: Folsom Field (50,183)
Arena: Coors Events Center (11,064)

Although the Buffalos were originally referred to as the Frontiersman or Silver Helmets, the school adopted the use of a bison calf as its mascot after obtaining one from a local ranch. The school held the first running of the bison in a football game in 1934, against the University of Denver.

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