Video: UCLA Football Players Choreograph Dance, Kill It on the Running Man Challenge


Three UCLA Football players show off their dance skills in a video posted on Twitter by Bruin running back Bolu Olorunfunmi.

With Spring Practice over, it is always a long stretch waiting for the return of football in the fall. With nothing to do, fans of the game find different ways to entertain themselves.

That is exactly what four UCLA Football players did today when they filmed themselves dancing for the #RunningManChallenge.

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Apparently (and don’t hold me to this), the Running Man Challenge is an internet craze that is currently sweeping the nation (you know how that cooky social media works).

With that in mind, RB Bolu Olorunfunmi, LB Josh Woods, DL Jacob Tuioti-Mariner and freshman Lokeni Toailoa (presumably filming this choreographed masterpiece), took the challenge.

The result is nothing short of greatness on the part of these UCLA Football players.

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That’s right, Tuioti-Mariner and Woods get the dance going and ultimately throw it to Olorunfunmi who proceeds to execute an imaginary double-Dutch flawlessly. I give them two thumbs up.

If Spring Practice can give them moves like these, I believe the Bruins will be one of the flashiest teams in 2016. So much that they claim their first Pac-12 title under Head Coach Jim Mora. Yeah, I wrote it.