University of Mississippi students want a mascot. They voted -- 2,510 to 856 -- on Tuesday to start the process of identifying a new mascot, to replace Colonel Rebel, who was abandoned in 2003 amid concerns that symbols of the Old South were seen as hostile by many minority students.
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