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Maybe they should worry more about graduation rates

We've got a real feud brewing in the college sports ranks. Well, not Ohio State-Michigan caliber, and it's actually more of a trademark, logo kinda thing. But it does appear that North Carolina State -- nicknamed the Wolfpack with a mascot it affectionately calls Toughie -- takes exception to a similar tough-guy cartoon wolf at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Nevada-Reno is also the Wolf Pack (note the two words), but I'm not sure if its wolf has a name.

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The bottom line here is that representatives of N.C. State have sent a letter to the Nevada folks about the whole thing. Nevada's response so far has been, "Huh?"

Here are the two logos, the main difference I see is that Toughie, the N.C. State wolf, is wearing a beanie-sailor hat and the unnamed Nevada wolf is wearing a top hat. Click on each logo for a better view. The Uni Watch blog noticed.

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