Ben Wyatt, a graduate student in the MBA program, juggles being a full-time student with being a full-time father to twins.
His daily routine starts at 6:30 a.m. when he gets his girls ready for day care and drops them off before going to school. Ava and Macy stay at day care until their mother leaves work at about 4 p.m. on a good day, Wyatt said.
Other days, Wyatt has to leave class early to take care of his 1-year-olds.
SuperFrog is one of twelve finalists for The Capital One All-America Mascot Challenge. He is currently in third place with 58,775 votes, even though the second place competitor, South Dakota State's Jack Rabbit, has 56,583 votes, according to the Capital One BowlWeb site.
The University of Cincinnati's Bearcat holds first place in the competition with 60,320 votes, according to the Web site.
Lindsay Shoulders, the university mascot coach said this is the first time SuperFrog was selected to compete in the competition.