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WSU Mascot Butch T. Cougar makes special appearance at CMA awards

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Butch T. Cougar made an appearance at the CMA Awards Wednesday night, much to the delight of WSU fans. Butch T. Cougar made an appearance at the CMA Awards Wednesday night, much to the delight of WSU fans.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

The Country Music Association Awards are always a star-studded event, but Washington State University fans got an extra surprise from a certain special guest on the red carpet.

The WSU mascot Butch T. Cougar made a special appearance at the CMA Awards Wednesday night, joining country music singer Brad Paisley and a slew of other college mascots on stage.

Butch chronicled the experience on Twitter, saying: "Thanks @BradPaisley and #CMAawards, it's been real, it's been fun! Who all saw me on TV? #GoCougs".

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