Ohio St. intern teaches Buckeyes how to Dougie

Hands down, best video of the day.

ESPN’s going “All Access” with Urban Meyer and his Ohio St. Buckeyes during the preseason. The great thing about these shows (24/7, Hard Knocks, etc.) is not just the on-field or sideline game day action. It’s the off-the-field interaction and those candid moments that few of us get to see. Like when your short, white defensive line coach intern teaches EVERYONE how to “Dougie.”

This is Sean Branick. You’ll get to know him in the coming hours and days. We GAH-RON-TEE it. Most impressive performance since Kate Upton. Well done, young man. Buckeyes, take note. Don’t ask to “teach me how to Dougie,” because you all just got schooled.

Don’t you just looove that look he had in his eyes. He knew and was just waiting for that moment.

“Just wait for it…wait for it…I’m going to drop it on these guys…they don’t even know it.”

Splendid entertainment. The player reactions make it.

HT: Kegs N’ Eggs

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