Lucienne Roberts+'s infographic for Design Museum exhibition the Future is Here, which uses illustrations of football team nicknames to highlight UK cities' industrial heritage

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Lucienne Roberts+'s infographic for Design Museum exhibition the Future is Here, which uses illustrations of football team nicknames to highlight UK cities' industrial heritage:

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Tim Brown spent 16 years with the Raiders earning him the nickname Mr. Raider. During that span he was selected to 9 Pro-Bowls.

Tim Brown spent 16 years with the Raiders earning him the nickname Mr. During that span he was selected to 9 Pro-Bowls.

101 Funny Fantasy Football Team Names

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University of Alabama | Fun Fact: The Crimson Tide earned its nickname in 1907, when a sports editor used the phrase to describe the football team during the Iron Bowl with Auburn that found both teams covered in red mud!

DAY UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA! Fun Fact: The Crimson Tide earned its nickname in when a sports editor used the phrase to describe the football team during the Iron Bowl with Auburn that found both teams covered in red mud!

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The team was first referred to as the "Game Cocks" in 1900.    in 1903, the Columbia morning newspaper, The State, used the condensed version, "Gamecocks," and the name has been around ever since.    The title refers to fighting birds, which is generally frowned upon, but the scrappy spirit of the creatures fits a tough football team.    The nickname was also one given to General Thomas Sumter, who was from South Carolina, British General Cornwallis.

How the Top 50 College Football Programs Got Their Nicknames

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The two best stories regarding the origination of the "Gator" nickname are somewhat at odds with each other.    Most Gator fans would point you to Phillip Miller, a store owner in Gainesville in the early 1900's, who started selling gator pennants, and the nickname stuck.    The alternate story seems to be that the first captain of the Gators football team, Roy Corbett, identified the nickname as originating with one Bo-Gator Storter, a center on the team.

How the Top 50 College Football Programs Got Their Nicknames

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