Rebel the Bear has retired, but his successor will be be unveiled later this week.

Ole Miss has announced that it plans to reveal its new on-field mascot at Meet the Rebels Day at the Manning Center on Saturday. Last fall, the school decided to change its mascot to a Landshark, a term that has been used to describe the football team’s defensive unit for the past decade.

While the on-field mascot will certainly be a Landshark, it is unknown what exactly it will look like.

Defensive players have embraced the Landshark nickname, which dates back to 2008, by doing a “Fins Up” celebration after big plays, putting a hand to their forehead in the shape of a shark fin.

Meet the Rebels Day begins at 1 p.m. CT and concludes at 3 p.m. In addition to the mascot unveiling, fans will have the opportunity to meet players and get autographs.

Rebel the Bear, who won a fan vote to become Ole Miss’ mascot in 2010, spent eight years as the Rebels’ on-field mascot.