College football season comes to an exciting finish on Monday when the undefeated Louisiana State University Tigers face off against the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. Undoubtedly, the stadium will be filled to the brim with rowdy fans sporting their team's colors, but perhaps the most ferocious member of the audience will be Mike VI, LSU's Bengali-Siberian tiger mix. While most teams opt for humans dressed in animal costumes as their rallying mascot, several colleges boast live animal representatives to help whip fans into a frenzy. Do you know who they are? Test your knowledge with this quiz!

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Fans of this school have long been hooked on their bovine mascot.

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Bulldog Russ has served as the interim mascot for this school twice when the incumbents — Russ's relatives — sadly passed away.

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This university's ancient warrior mascot rides a gallant white steed named Traveler.

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Dubs's "husky" coat suits his school's northern climate but he's actually an Alaskan Malamute.

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This university's true mascot is a tiger, but this regal eagle perches sideline at most home games.

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Smokey, a Bluetick Coonhound, may have been named for a mountain range in his university's home state or possibly the delicious barbecue found at tailgate cookouts on the grounds of this campus.

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This mascot loves coconuts, but he's just one of a pair of North American black bear mascots (both named Judge) adored by students at this school.

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Appaloosa horse Renegade carries his natively-dressed rider to midfield before every home football game at this university.

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Reveille the American Collie is the eighth mascot to carry her name which dates back to 1931. She's under the care of the resident Corps of Cadets at this university.

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These spirited horns belong to Bill the Goat, the mascot at this military academy.