BYU sports writer Sean Walker shared a photo of the Domer Dog on Twitter before the game. Smothered in chili with dabs of mustard, the hot dog rests on a bright green bun. It appears to come with green popcorn and some kind of unknown dessert on the side.
You will all be pleased to know that the Fighting Irish Domer Dogs have arrived at Allegiant Stadium.
Pregame like a champion. pic.twitter.com/ielsB07Q2Z
— Sean Walker (@ActuallyDSW) October 8, 2022
Somehow, the photo Walker shared was the most appealing version of the abomination.
— David Almodova 💛💜 (@DKaulana) October 8, 2022
Green buns for the domer dogs in the press box. Irish by a million pic.twitter.com/uuXNk5k4iv
— Nick Kremer (@nickkremerIT) October 8, 2022
— Michael Wanbaugh (@mwanbaugh) October 8, 2022
It’s unclear why anyone would choose to eat that, but college football has seen its fair share of strange and disturbing food items before.
The reactions to this horrifying hot dog certainly caught the attention of the college football world.
this looks like something a leprechaun with norovirus left in a bathroom stall https://t.co/l8ivi2IuKZ
— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) October 8, 2022
catholics vs mormons in sin city
and notre dame needs to repent https://t.co/QTzIyTuPjK
— Wes Blankenship (@Wes_nship) October 8, 2022
I have eaten a lot of truly disgusting food in Las Vegas, but nothing this bad. https://t.co/IkjyTqlCW6
— Vincent Verhei (@FO_VVerhei) October 8, 2022
Good luck to everyone brave enough to eat that and congrats to the Las Vegas Raiders on showcasing their state-of-the-art football stadium’s world-class cuisine.
As for the game itself, Notre Dame (2-2) comes in attempting to try and put their slow start behind them as they attempt to get in a better position for a bowl game. BYU (4-1), meanwhile, is looking for a quality win (at least in terms of name brand) and to remind the college football world they’re the better team, at least on paper.