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Duke's Mayo Bowl is making our dream of seeing a head coach get covered in mayonnaise come true

For The Win logo For The Win 12/30/2021 Caroline Darney
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The Duke’s Mayo Bowl has been one of the most anticipated games of the postseason, and not because anyone is particularly interested in what happens on the field between North Carolina and South Carolina. The ACC-SEC bowl game will surely be fine, but it’s what’s happening after that has everyone on tenterhooks.

The winning coach is going to get doused in mayonnaise.

MAYONNAISE.

After a regular cooler of Gatorade was dumped on Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst when the Badgers defeated Wake Forest in 2020, the internet was devastated the Duke’s Mayo Bowl didn’t follow in the footsteps of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (french fries), Cheez-It Bowl (Cheez-Its) and Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl (Frosted Flakes).

This year, we knew in advance that the Duke’s Mayo Bowl was not open to bathing either Mack Brown or Shane Beamer in the thick condiment. The bowl’s executive director, Danny Morrison, said in a Twitter video that they’d donate $10,000 to the charity of the winning coach’s choice if they accepted the terrifying dousing, and both Mack Brown and Shane Beamer agreed.


Video: Duke’s Mayo Bowl is making our dream of seeing a head coach get covered in mayonnaise come true (SMG)

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Four and a half gallons of slightly watered down mayo awaits the winner, and you will have to make the switch over to the ESPN app following the trophy presentation.

The game starts at 11:30 a.m. ET on ESPN.

Buckle up, friends.

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