Indian Uprising: Arkansas State Pays Final Tribute To Mascot

This time Arkansas State's Indian Family is gone for good. Chief Big Track, the Indian princess and Indian brave were retired Thursday as part of the university's official phasing out of Native American imagery. A movement in the mid-1990s brought the trio back as a part of ASU athletic events, but compliance with the NCAA led the school to retire the mascots Thursday at halftime of the Indians' 75-64 victory against Louisiana Monroe.

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