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It takes two (tigers) to tango. The College Football Playoff National Championship Game features two beloved tigers who represent their respective schools with pride. LSU's Mike the Tiger is one of the few big cat, live mascots across the country, making him a rare gem in college football. Clemson's mascot, the Tiger,  has a, uh, unique look that makes him one of the scariest mascots in college sports. Who has the better tiger mascot? 🐅 

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Mike is a literal tiger. Every other mascot is inferior due to that fact.

Not only is Mike an icon, he is well taken care of. Students are welcome to visit him in his enclosure, where he is well taken care of with plenty of space to operate.

Tigers are some of the most dangerous predators in the world. There is no better live mascot than one that can literally kill you.

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Mascots are supposed to be intimidating and the Tiger from Clemson is one of the best at it.

You want your mascot to strike fear, look no further than the tiger that looks like he has his back against the wall with nothing to lose. Here is what CBS Sports had to say:

Have you ever come across a drug addict? I don't mean your friend from high school who smoked a lot of pot, I mean the drug addict that is strung out on crystal meth and would literally do anything they had to in order to get more meth. Steal, stab, kill, whatever it took. Well, look into the Clemson Tiger's eyes and tell me this guy isn't about to steal and then sell your television for some ice. Oh, and not only does it have the unpredictable nature of a tweaker, but it's a tiger, too.

This is what a real mascot is all about. Not some cuddly, cute tiger.

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