Chat with Vanderbilt's 'Mr. C'

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Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, we start look ahead to Week 12 for the college football season with members of the Capital One All-America Mascot Team, who will compete each week to be named the Capital One Mascot of the Year, awarded on Jan. 1 at the Capital One Bowl on ESPN.

Each week of the season, the 16 mascots will face off in eight matchups with fan voting deciding the winner. At the end of the season, the mascots with the best win-loss records advance to the playoffs.

But, why mascots? Why not! They are the unappreciated glue. Plus, the winning mascot earns $20,000 for the school and the praise of the United Coalition of College Mascots.

This week, we've got Vanderbilt's "Mr. C" - the only quasi-human mascot on the All-America team who suffers from Bare Upper Lip Disorder, BULD (according to the American Mustache Institute). Currently in 12th place, ahead of SEC foe LSU's Mike the Tiger, Mr. C is one of the most physically fit Commodore's in the Commodore community.

Send your questions now and join "Mr. C" Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET!

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