Vanderbilt Football Video: Watch Assistant Coach Herb Hand Do the Worm

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Vanderbilt Football Video: Watch Assistant Coach Herb Hand Do the Worm
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Vanderbilt head coach James Franklin

Player-run practices are over and coaches are back in coaching mode. While the focus is on football, developing team chemistry is a part of the responsibility of every coach, so team-building exercises are a part of any preseason plan.

Vanderbilt head coach James Franklin knows this.

Vanderbilt's players and coaches recently held their "dance-off" before the start of a team meeting during fall camp and posted footage of the event on YouTube. 

The result was legendary.

The dance-off may be for the players, but Commodore offensive line coach Herb Hand (who is a great follow on Twitter, if you're into that sort of thing), stole the show with a flawless rendition of "The Worm" (0:22 mark).

Hand displays good form, brilliant execution and impeccable style in his interpretation of the classic dance move.

Herb Hand does the worm at the 0:22 mark.

This is the beauty of YouTube and the Internet. This kind of stuff has always gone on, but now it's able to be distributed to a mass audience in short order. It also shows that lighter side of fall camp, and adds personality to the sport that largely went unnoticed.

Excellent work, Coach Hand.

(H/T: @SIHolly)

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