VIDEO: Vanderbilt Mascot's Punch Bloodies Nose Of Learned Aristocrat

The Vanderbilt Commodores have had it, rest of the SEC. They'll never be good at football, their basketball team might lose its first-round bye at the SEC Tournament, and their fans had a white-out in their game against the Tennessee Volunteers, the most redundant white-out in sports history. You'll forgive their mascot -- and that's Mr. Commodore to you -- for snapping.

Lord knows why, but he punched a student in the face, leaving him with a very bloody nose.

That's a lot of exquisite DNA and world-class pedigree leaking on the floor there.

The school's investigation into the matter centers around "what happened" while Mr. C was "crowd-surfing." What happened is that kid got popped in the nose and everybody immediately, and I mean immediately, laughed at him, proving these future CEOs will turn on each other at the first sign of blood even before the first sign of blood:

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Don't act like Mr. Commodore doesn't know his way around the streets, son.

ht Blutarsky

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