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Ohio State Football: You Need to See Intern Coach Sean Branick Hit His Dougie

You ain't messin' with his Dougie. Screencap via ESPN
You ain't messin' with his Dougie. Screencap via ESPN
Adam JacobiBig Ten Football Lead WriterAugust 23, 2012

Certainly, you readers remember the Dougie. It's a dance craze that swept the nation a couple years back, died down as most dance crazes often do, enjoyed a brief and helpful resurgence in popularity by Kate Upton adopting the dance and making it look nice.

Real, real nice.

But here's the thing: once you learn a dance, you're not about to forget it. That's not the way muscle memory works. So once that Cali Swag District (they have districts for that now?) music hits, it all comes back and the dance party just explodes.

And that's what happened in this clip of ESPN's All-Access show from Ohio State (via our own Adam Kramer's blog). Watch and enjoy—and especially watch the entire thing, because defensive line intern Sean Branick shows up, and...well, you'll see.

It's like the last scene of Footloose (timely movie reference) up in there! Whooo!

It should come as no surprise that these young, absurdly athletic men are able to dance better than the typical person—the first 40 seconds of this clip are basically what happens whenever I try to dance—but to get upstaged by the little intern guy like that?

Be proud of him, Buckeyes, but also step your own games up. 

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