Fans at Bank of America Stadium for Duke’s Mayo Bowl show their game day pride by taking mayonnaise shots.
That’s right. If you thought Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis putting mayonnaise in his coffee was disgusting, you haven’t seen middle-aged men showing support for the North Carolina Tar Heels or to the West Virginia Mountaineers by injecting mayonnaise directly into their esophagus.
They are devoted fans. Just a few weeks ago, fans couldn’t get paid to go to this stadium. Tickets were 45 cents and yet no one showed up. Today, however, fans were willing to drink the worst of the big three condiments (you know it’s true) just to show support for their teams. There are thousands of better ways to portray the spirit of your college football team, but when the camera starts recording, clearly anything goes.
It wasn’t just in the stadium. There were fans getting into the Mayo Bowl spirit by drinking mayonnaise for no reason.
It seems this man didn’t know he was being filmed, meaning he was doing this for his own amusement. He’s either the coolest man to walk the face of the earth, or someone you’d never want to be alone with, or somewhere in between.
Nachos with mayonnaise appear
During pregame analysis, announcers Matt Barrie and Dan Mullen were seen eating nachos dipped in mayonnaise.
This dish, if you can call it that, is a crime against humanity. Whoever came up with the idea of concocting such a vile concoction deserves life in prison without the possibility of parole. No further clarification is necessary. In case you’re wondering, neither presenter thought the nachos were very good. Shocking, right?
Do Mayo Bowl winners do anything with mayonnaise?
Perhaps the most popular college bowl game tradition is the mayonnaise bath. Although it only started in 2021, the tradition has taken the internet by storm in recent years. In 2022, Mike Locksley of Maryland had 4.5 gallons of creamy mayonnaise poured on him.
Although North Carolina head coach Mack Brown has not revealed whether he would be willing to endure the mayonnaise dumping if North Carolina wins, there’s a good chance the Tar Heels won’t let their coach won’t get off that easily. West Virginia head coach Neal Brown has already agreed to mayonnaise dumping if West Virginia wins — and he HATES mayonnaise, according to West Virginia athletic director Wren Baker.
Baker also agreed to take a mayonnaise bath after the school raised $1,500. Unfortunately for him, his bath will take place whether the Mountaineers win the game or not.
How to watch Duke’s Mayo Bowl 2023:
- When: Wednesday December 27, 2023
- Or: Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Time: 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT
- TV: ESPN
- Flow: ESPN+, YouTube TV, Sling TV, FuboTV
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