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1959 Idaho State Bengals Artwork: Koozie

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(Koozie)

The Bengal mascot has a long and storied tradition at Idaho State. When ISU was known as the Idaho Technical Institute, athletes were dubbed the "Bantams", but since neither their size nor behavior conformed with the name, it was never very popular. In 1921, Ralph H. Hutchinson became Director of Physical Education and Athletics. A graduate of Princeton, Hutchinson immediately organized an "I" Club, and the group's members adopted Princeton's Bengal Tiger as its mascot. In 1931, the tiger clawed The Idaho Techniad off the school newspaper's masthead, and replaced it with The Idaho Bengal.
Product details
This collapsible beverage insulator is perfect for picnics, camping trips and keeping your cans cold while tailgating. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, and enhanced for vibrant color.
  • 4” x 4 1/8” beverage insulator for 12 oz. cans
  • Built in bottom neoprene rubber base
  • Secure side stitching
  • White polyester fabric exterior, neoprene rubber insulation
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