One thing that’s been a constant for this Bowl Season has definitely been all the different things that have been dumped on the head of winning coaches.

We’ve already seen some very interesting bathes dished out. South Carolina’s Shane Beamer got a tub of mayonnaise dumped on him after his 38-21 win over North Carolina in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl. Then, Wyoming’s Craig Bohl had french fries rained on him after beating Kent State 52-28 in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

Central Michigan and Washington State met in the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl on Friday. The Chippewas won the game by a score of 24-21 against the Cougars. After the win, head coach Jim McElwain had Frosted Fakes poured on him after the game, adding to one of the weirdest traditions in college football.

Here’s the video of the celebration after the win:

The Chippewas had a lot of momentum early in the game, getting off to a 21-0 lead going into halftime. Washington State tried its best to claw its way back into the game, but it was too little too late.

At the end of the day, CMU may not have won the MAC. However, this celebration will be remembered for a long time and a reminder of how Bowl Season is one of the best times of the year.