Mack Brown and Shane Beamer have agreed that the winner of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the South Carolina Gamecocks will partake in the mayo bath.
After Paul Chryst totally chickened out a year ago, Mack Brown and Shane Beamer have reportedly agreed to take a sweet, delicious mayo bath if their team wins the Duke’s Mayo Bowl.
Without debate, this is the most important bowl game this holiday season outside of the College Football Playoff. Let’s be real. Most of the New Year’s Six bowls can’t hold a candle to seeing the victor of a border war being played in Charlotte doused in one of the most controversial condiments of all time. Is it disgusting? Yes, but like a car crash, we simply cannot look away.
So will it be Beamer or Brown smelling like a vat of mayonnaise heading into spring practice?
Mack Brown vs. Shane Beamer for the right to get covered in mayonnaise
As Billy Corgan once sang nearly 30 years ago, “fool enough to almost be it, cool enough to not quite see it, doomed.” That pretty much encompasses what these two Smashing Pumpkins of head football coaches have agreed to here. To think it’s a good idea to be doused in mayonnaise is one thing, but to have no idea when two players will dump a bucket of it over your head. Doomed!
Will this help Beamer or Brown on the recruiting trails? Let’s hope so. For that man to willingly take an ungodly amount of mayonnaise to the dome to celebrate the mid-afternoon delight of winning the Duke’s Mayo Bowl, what would he not do for you? Saying you will take a bullet for someone is a bit tired, but saying you will take a mayo bath for them, now that is a real friend, guy.
The single most important thing after taking a victory mayo bath is to not let your team break the dang trophy like the Wisconsin Badgers somehow managed to do a bowl season ago.