Vandy's Mascot Mr. C
Football is almost here. For 233 days you have had to put up with a lot of **** at work for this moment to finally come. So until that moment comes, sit back and relax and enjoy our roast of Vanderbilt.
For each week of the 2013 football season we will posting what we like to call "hate posts". This is to show our shivery to our opponent. It will be our (our being: the writer and reader) time to express our beloved hatred for the other team. The intent of these articles will be to share a little humor about the upcoming opponent. In little to none way, does it have the intent to hurt the other teams fan base's feelings. The opinions in these articles are of the writer's own, and in no way are of the University of Mississippi. You have been warned.
Without further a due, here are the top five things I hate about Vanderbilt (in no particular order)...
1. Mr. C
The Vanderbilt Commodores mascot is Mr. C. He is a near 7-foot tall old and cocky SOB. Mr. C is about to celebrate his 134th birthday. He resembles a lot like "The Skipper" from Gilligan's Island. He likes to drink a six pack of Nasty Ice before kickoff, and you can usually find him harassing your team's cheerleaders. Mr. C also does not have a good history with his on fan base:
2. James Franklin
I find Vanderbilt's Head Coach James Franklin quite annoying and a prick. He enjoys referring other SEC coaches as the devil. He will then have the audacity to apologize, but not to your face. I don't know what the Vanderbilt head coach was thinking here:
3. Vandy Team Videos
You can see the difference is professionalism between Ole Miss's Media Team and Vandy's. Our videos have been award-winning. I don't think this video meets that criteria. I really don't no if it meets any:
4. The Oak Leaf Logo
Apparently, Vanderbilt has a tie to oak trees. They love them so much, the university decided to put an oak leaf in their logo. I don't understand the thought process through this and I think it is a very disturbing graphic image of a logo:
The most perverted logo in NCAA history.
5. Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus may not have anything to do with Vanderbilt. But, when you think of Vanderbilt, you think of Nashville. AND WHEN YOU THINK OF NASHVILLE YOU THINK OF THIS:
We are now open for your comments below for what you hate most about Vanderbilt.