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Sparty, the muscular mascot of Michigan State athletics, was voted the second-best college basketball mascot, according to a survey conducted by the gambling website, Time2Play. About 1,490 NCAA basketball fans across all 50 states were surveyed.What is the name of Michigans football mascot?
Michigan football is a program full of rich history that dates all the way back to the 1800s. From the winged helmet to “The Big House,” there are so many great stories and traditions. One such tradition that has been around almost as long as the program itself is the Wolverine mascot.What is the state bird of michagan?
The state bird of Michigan is the American robin, also known as robin red breast. Its scientific name is turdus migratorius. Common throughout North America, the American robin is a member of the thrush family. This bird is so popular that both Wisconsin and Connecticut have also made the robin their state bird.What does Michigan State University Sparty stand for?
Sparty is the mascot of Michigan State University.Sparty is usually depicted as a muscular male Spartan warrior/athlete dressed in stylized Greek costume. After changing the team name from "Aggies" to "Spartans" in 1925, various incarnations of a Spartan warrior with a prominent chin appeared at university events and in university literature.