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Meeting Butler’s furry ambassador

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Morgan James holds her son Aspen, 2, as he feeds Butler Blue III a treat at the Fort Wayne Visitors Center on Tuesday. Butler University’s mascot was in the city as part of the Big Dawgs Tour to support the men’s basketball team. The tour will include visits to some cities in the Big East Conference, which Butler joined this season.

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