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Meet Maddie The Unofficial Gonzaga Bulldog

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The biggest fan on campus just might be the real Gonzaga Bulldog. Her name is Maddie and she has been the unofficial Gonzaga Mascot since she was a puppy. The biggest fan on campus just might be the real Gonzaga Bulldog. Her name is Maddie and she has been the unofficial Gonzaga Mascot since she was a puppy.
SPOKANE, Wash. - SPOKANE, Wash. - There is a lot of excitement across campus as students celebrate the Gonzaga Men's Basketball team advancing in the tournament. However, the biggest fan on campus just might be a real Gonzaga Bulldog. Her name is Maddie and she has been the unofficial Gonzaga Mascot since she was a puppy.

Walking around campus with her, it is easy to see why she is such a celebrity among the students. Every few feet she is stopped by students who want to pet her and take a picture with her. Students say she is a big deal on campus. Maddie even has her own Facebook and Instragram accounts.
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