VINE: Northwestern Coach’s Amazing Celebratory Dance After Stanford Upset
There is nothing better on college football Saturdays than a major upset and a fantastic victory dance, and that's what Northwestern delivered against Stanford as the season kicked off.
The Pac-12 powerhouse lost 16-6 to the Wildcats, proving once again that early rankings can be extremely misleading. The Cardinals held their own for a little while in the first half but never got anything going on either side of the ball, looking nothing like a team with nine returning starters and a senior QB in one of the best conferences in the country.
Then after securing the early first upset of a ranked team, Northwestern defensive backs coach Jerry Brown lead the team in an absolutely delightful locker room dance session.
If for some reason any of those guys weren't ecstatic about their big win before, that probably did the trick. Jerry Brown definitely parties, and those moves are legitimately spot on. Apologies to Stanford, but it's hard not to be happy for these guys.
The only other team that Northwestern will face this year that is currently ranked is #20 Wisconsin, who they will see in the second to last game of the regular season. By then it will be obvious which teams are for real and which have fallen out of contention, but if the Badgers are still in it, they may have their hands full with with this scrappy squad.
Looks like that locker room camaraderie does sometimes come in handy. Take notes, people.
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