When texas tech and South Florida square off in the Birmingham Bowl, there will be more than just pride on the line. For the first time in the game’s history, the winning team will get to hoist an actual trophy. Here is what that trophy looks like.
He must work out.
There’s a perfectly reasonable explanation for why that rear end is exposed. The trophy is modeled after Vulcan, the world’s largest cast iron statue, which was created to represent Birmingham at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis.
This majestic work of hardware is a pretty solid rebuttal to the idea that there are too many bowl games. I mean, can you imagine how hard these two teams are going to fight to get their hands on this bad boy?
Give credit to everyone involved for not chickening out and keeping Vulcan pantsless. True art requires risk.