Chip the Buffalo Twitter: @Chipthebuffalo

There are bizarre-looking mascots, absolutely terrible mascots, and mascots with pretty incredible traditions. Then, there is Colorado on-field mascot Chip the Buffalo.

In what seemed like a rather routine act during Colorado’s 45-14 stomping of New Hampshire last weekend, poor Chip fired the t-shirt gun toward the crowd. The only problem was it was aimed the wrong direction, or it had a terrible malfunction. Either way, it hit him ridiculously hard below the belt and sent him immediately to the ground.

Spend a few minutes watching this on repeat.

The video deserves several loops and some serious laughs. Then, when you can finally stop laughing, it deserves a lot more loops and even harder laughs. Watching a buffalo mascot blast a t-shirt gun into his groin might never get old.

It had to have hurt so bad, though.

To add insult to injury, Chip the Buffalo, not to be mistaken for Ralphie the Buffalo, the live mascot who leads the Pac-12 Conference team onto the field at Folsom Field during home games on Saturdays, had to be placed on the back of the medical cart and wheeled off.

The t-shirt gun to the crotch is on a level of its own, but the cart is just as hilarious.

Bravely, Chip the Buffalo remains in costume as he waves to the crowd of over 50,000 people, many of whom have no idea what just happened. That’s some serious dedication. Not to mention, that wave is hysterical laughter as he travels more than 100 yards across the field with both feet just dangling off the cart and the medical team running behind him.

Simply. Amazing.

Thankfully, Chip the Buffalo is all good, and the fuzzy mascot made it back to the sidelines.

Whether you cringe watching it on repeat, tear up because you are laughing so hard, or anything else in between, it will be hard to top this mascot blunder.

Perhaps there should be some training with that t-shirt gun before something like this ever happens to poor Chip again.

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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