WATCH: Fan at ESPN’s College GameDay covers himself in Duke’s Mayo, while others eat tubs of mayonnaise during UNC vs USC
Yesterday marked the official return of College Football for the 2023 season, and ESPN’s College GameDay was in Charlotte, North Carolina for the Duke’s Mayo Classic between North and South Carolina.
ESPN College GameDay: Fan Covers Himself in Duke’s Mayo
Credit to Duke’s Mayo. Somehow, the have college students taking jumbo sized jars of mayonnaise and dumping them all over their half naked bodies on national television.
They also had fans in attendance for the Duke’s Mayo Classic (not to be confused with the Duke’s Mayo Bowl) eat entire jars of mayo during the game last night between North Carolina and South Carolina.
If you’re reading this after a long night of drinking last night, I would suggest you skip over the mayo eating contest video. It’s absolutely horrible.
Duke’s Mayo Classic Celebration & Mayo Eating Contest Last Night
Regardless of how disgusting it is, you really can’t argue the results. Somehow, College Football and ESPN has fallen victim to “Big Mayo” and it doesn’t appear the madness is going to end anytime soon.
The video went viral online and hell, I’m even spending my Sunday morning writing about it.
After watching both videos, I would have probably been better off attending church and praying for the future of our country.
I’m more concerned on what happens next. First you have that guy covered in mayo, earning his 10 seconds of fame on ESPN. Does he leave and hit the showers after or is he standing outside in the Carolina Sun covered in mayo for the remainder of the College GameDay broadcast?
For the two guys eating a tub of mayo, well, I’m sure you understand my concern. I would hate to be anywhere near the bathroom stall these two are walking into after eating all of that mayo while that horrific mayo mascot encourages this type of disgusting behavior.
Anyways, College Football is BACK. So really, there’s no reason to be angry about anything, including those weirdos over at Duke’s Mayo.