'MY UNC GOAT'S A TRADER HE'S A GATOR,' Explained

The University of North Carolina's sports teams use a ram named Rameses as their mascot. Rams are sort of like goats in a way. But they are not goats. (Foreshadowing: They are also not gators.)

What if there was a goat born in Chapel Hill who was upset to learn he was not qualified to serve as the Tar Heels' mascot, seeing as he is not a ram? That's not fair! He really wants to be a mascot for a BCS conference school! Would this goat look into dark magic as a solution? He is, after all, a goat (not to stereotype).

What if this goat discovered a potion that would allow him to change his species, to shapeshift, as it were, to trade his guise for another? To trade his goat visage for that of a gator?

This UNC goat would be a trader. He would be a gator. Someone would make an enormous sign about him and show it on TV.

No, I have no idea what any of this has to do with Clemson-Florida State.

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