The Greatest Mullet In Football Is No More, Teddy Gallagher Shaves ‘Chanticleer Chandelier’ For Charity


  • Coastal Carolina linebacker Teddy Gallagher has worn the best mullet in college football over the last two seasons.
  • However, it is no longer after he shaved it off for charity on Thursday.
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Nobody has had more fun on a football field over the last two seasons than the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. At the forefront of the team’s persona and swagger was super senior linebacker Teddy Gallagher.

Over the past two seasons, Coastal Carolina has gone 22-3 and won its first bowl game in program history last week. While they were winning on the field, the Chants were celebrating in style.

Their sideline cloak and sword is the best turnover prop in college football, they acted out elaborate wrestling stunts against their opponent’s mascot, challenged Joey Chestnut to a pizza-eating contest, and even decapitated a wolf. Kind of.

In the middle of all of the raucous and dominance was Gallagher. He was hard to miss.

The 6-foot-1, 230-pound hard-hitter rocked a bleached-blonde mullet during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, which ESPN’s Marty McGee donned the ‘Chanticleer Chandelier.’ It was glorious.

However, it is no more. When Coastal’s season came to a close last week, as did Gallagher’s career in Myrtle Beach.

On Thursday, Gallagher cut his famous mullet. He will auction off the blonde locks and the proceeds will be donated to The Dylan Adams Endowment, which helps children and families affected by pediatric cancer.

May the Chanticleer Chandelier forever rest in peace.

After getting buzzed, Gallagher looked almost unrecognizable.

Gallagher spoke about his decision to cut the mullet and auction it off, and it means a lot to him. His father is a cancer survivor, so being able to give back is something that he is very excited to be able to do.

Gallagher finished his four-year career with 302 total tackles and a sweet mullet. Although it is no longer, the Chanticleer Chandelier is forever intrenched in college football history and will be serving a great cause in its absence.