While many teams celebrate big wins by dumping a tub of Gatorade on their coach, it has become a tradition that the winner of the Duke's Mayo Bowl gets a mayonnaise bath.
On the Wednesday's episode of New Heights, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce watched the video of West Virginia head coach Neal Brown getting the bucket of mayo dumped on his head after a 30-10 win over North Carolina last week.
Kelce was skeptical. And that's not simply because of his aversion to the heavenly spread.
"That's not a thick mayo, that's fake mayo," Kelce said. "That's yellow paint that's not real mayo.
"Duke's Mayo Bowl I call b.s.. That was not real mayonnaise. Disgusting if it was real mayonnaise, so I kinda respect it."
His brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, agreed -- notwithstanding his love for mayo.