For the first two decades of its existence, Charlotte's bowl game was just another bowl game. Sure, a Nick Chubb or a Dak Prescott would come along once in a blue moon, but there was little to distinguish the contest from college football's postseason tapestry.
Enter Duke's Mayo. Now, even the most casual college football fans know the Duke's Mayo Bowl's winning coach gets doused with a bath of watered-down mayonnaise.
"That's yellow paint, that's not mayo," Kelce told his brother and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce on their podcast New Heights. "They knew that they couldn't f------ dump mayo on somebody 'cause they would probably throw up."