ESPN Sideline Reporter Dips Fries in Mayo Dripping From Coach’s Sleeve

Winning a bowl game is one of the most exclusive annual honors in college football. This year, only 41 FBS coaches will have the chance to celebrate a bowl victory with their teams—but not all celebrations are created equally. 

The Duke’s Mayo Bowl in Charlotte has started a unique—and very sloppy—tradition where after the game the winning coach is doused with gallons of mayonnaise. This year, the lucky(?) recipient was Neal Brown, whose West Virginia Mountaineers defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels on Wednesday night, 30–10.