Wildcats from Carrizo Springs set up to ‘rope’ the Indians

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Wildcats from Carrizo Springs set up to ‘rope’ the Indians

UTPB online students from Carrizo Springs celebrate the theme

UTPB online students from Carrizo Springs celebrate the theme "Rope the Indians" for a football game. Their mascot is the Wildcat. Pictured left to right are UTPB students Brianna Cardenas, Serena Rodriguez, and a Alexa Ibarra, also a UTPB online student. .

UTPB online students from Carrizo Springs celebrate the theme "Rope the Indians" for a football game. Their mascot is the Wildcat. Pictured left to right are UTPB students Brianna Cardenas, Serena Rodriguez, and a Alexa Ibarra, also a UTPB online student. .

UTPB online students from Carrizo Springs celebrate the theme "Rope the Indians" for a football game. Their mascot is the Wildcat. Pictured left to right are UTPB students Brianna Cardenas, Serena Rodriguez, and a Alexa Ibarra, also a UTPB online student. .

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Some online University of Texas of the Permian Basin students from Carrizo Springs, Texas, “‘suited up” for a theme of “roping” the Indians, an opposing football team. You can find Carrizo Springs  82 miles northwest of Laredo and 45 miles north of the Mexican border.

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