So, we’re seriously, very close. To the last installment of Super Happy Classic Post Fun Time of course! What’d you think we were talking about?
Well, I guess the football season is nearing as well, but that being said, what’s the first thing you think of when you think football? Vanderbilt!
In our penultimate installment of the series, we bring you the greatest football intramural team to ever take the field against a multi-million dollar corporate conference.
In our continuing quest to kill time before the son-of-a-bitch offseason dies a horrible, bloody death football season starts, we delve into one of the more enigmatic teams in the SEC. If you don’t know what enigmatic means, chances are you didn’t go there. Next up, we take a look at:
the Vanderbilt Commodores
Most people are under the impression that the Vanderbilt Commodores were named after some famous seaman (hehehe, seaman), but that is not the case. They were in fact, fittingly named after the underappreciated, underperforming, but still smarter than you can ever hope to be, Commodore 64.
Still smarter than you or I will ever be.
If you look closely, the color scheme is evident. The off-white casing, with the black accents. The mascot origin has been relatively obscured due to the fact that although Vandy students are super smart, they lacked the sewing knowledge to be able to craft a uniform in the shape of a computer with a separate floppy drive.
Interestingly enough, I couldn’t find a picture of Vanderbilt’s Stadium. Seeing as how no one has actually been to the stadium, it is still up for debate whether or not a stadium exists.
I realize that people at some point might point out that there have been games played there, but were they really? I mean, was the moon landing really on the moon? There really haven’t been enough substantiated claims of a stadium existing at Vanderbilt (unless you call the math lab a stadium), that we here at Fulmer’s Belly are willing to declare that it doesn’t actually exist.
Well. Traditions. Vanderbilt. Hmm, this is a tough one. Well, I think it’s well documented that Vandy has a tradition of losing. Does that count? I’m really at a loss for words here.
They have that… wait, no, that’s someone else. Ooh, they play rocky to.. wait, no, that’s the other Tennessee university. Actually, the playing of Rocky Top is somewhat of a tradition at Vandy along with the constant playing of any team’s fight song that plays at Vandy.
Wow, so this is really hard. I think all Vandy can really do is make fun of other schools for not being as smart as them, but no one but them really cares about that. Bah, forget it, this is too hard.
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