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Squeeze Play!

Syracuse University vs. North Carolina State University

Gol Darn It Wolfpack. You gonna win an ACC game this year or what?

Good news for cartoon fans tho. Like last year, I’ll be doing a collab cartoon with Michael Borkowski of  Scooby-Doo, Venture Bros. Star Wars, DC AND Marvel Comics and of course, the main man behind the Otto the Orange’s escapades.

If you think all those links go to something singular, you’re insane. Michael is a drawing machine and odds are, if you love it, he’s drawn it.

Keep your peelers tuned to syracuse.com come 7am and you’ll see what we came up with.

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Flip the Bird!

University of Louisville vs. North Carolina State University

Beat the Cardinals!

Can Coach Dave Doeren and the NC State Wolfpack get their first ACC win since 2012? We’ll find out today!

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Make it a Double Eagle!

Boston College vs. North Carolina State University

Kamehameha! We took care of the Georgia Southern Eagles earlier this year. Now it’s time to beat the Eagles of Boston College.

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Hold that Tiger!

Clemson University vs. North Carolina State University

Choke him, poke him, kick him and soak him!

It’s gonna be a tough crowd at Death Valley this weekend as the Clemson Tigers square off against the NC State Wolfpack.

The Red & White showed that they have plenty of spitfire in them last week when they gave #1 FSU a pretty phenomenal scare. Let’s see if the Pack can sink their teeth into these cats!

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Beat Number One

Florida State University vs. North Carolina State University

Yep. We’re facing the number one team in the country.

That country is called the United States of America.

And we’ve got plenty of questions to ask ourselves. One of those is how we talk about the people who were here before it was made the United States.

In recent years, there’s been discussion regarding FSU’s use of Chief Osceola as the “symbol” for its Seminole mascot. Obviously, the treatment of Native American mascots is a major conversation in sports, and it’s something I’ve continually been a part of.

On the surface, arguing about “cartoon characters” may seem ridiculous, but it is a microcosm of an ongoing discussion in this grand experiment called America. The argument’s persistence proves that we still have many questions to answer about our identity as a whole. We’ll just have to keep talking and working through it

This year, I decided NOT to use the Chief in the cartoon, but to use my own mascot, based on Cimarron.

No, this isn’t an answer to anything. But we owe it to ourselves to continue a conversation that started as soon as European feet were planted in the soil of “The New World.”

If you’ve got a second, take a look at my pal and EXCELLENT graphic designer Brittain Peck’s website whiteskins.org.

If you’re STILL not convinced on how the Skins can still be a TOTALLY #$@%ING AWESOME BRAND without the name, check out his %$#@ing rad designs for a Washington Warriors brand.

You will totally drop a jaw.

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