Northwestern Dance Party: Who has the Best Moves?
Sports are fun. And winning is fun. And fun usually leads to dancing. So it’s no surprise that Northwestern football has been showing off their best moves over the past month.
The dancing crave started after the Wildcats’ season-opening 16-6 win over Stanford when assistant head coach Jerry Brown dropped these moves in the locker room. In his 23rd season with NU, the man can still groove.
Northwestern is still dancing over their victory over Stanford. https://t.co/HUTf5kr8Uf
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 5, 2015
In week four, the Wildcats prepared a sweet pre-game dance, which was choreographed by a group of NU freshmen.
Northwestern players put together a choreographed dance before kickoff. http://t.co/bZd9rbqAQDhttps://t.co/RVKK1CRg4G
— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) September 28, 2015
The dance was obviously successful as Northwestern went on to defeat Ball State 24-19. Then, freshman wide receiver Cameron Green got down on the sideline.
(•_•) <) )╯DANCING / \ \(•_•) ( (> TO / \ (•_•) <) )> FOUR AND OH / \ http://t.co/YyVoI7TYwq pic.twitter.com/M4lkAENzgU
— Inside NU (@insidenu) September 27, 2015
The ‘Cats weren’t done just yet. As NU cruised to 5-0 in a 27-0 route of Minnesota to open conference play, freshman defensive back Steven Reese busted out the macarena.
There may be other undefeated teams, but none of them can dance like Northwestern. http://t.co/EqYJcQnP3j https://t.co/IbibcAK8Gb
— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) October 3, 2015
Of all these Wildcats, who has the best moves? I don’t know. That’s for you decide. But hopefully there is more dancing to come.