Nick Forrester
Saturday October 3rd, 2015

Northwestern is off to a hot 5-0 start to the season, highlighted by a 27-0 win over Big Ten-rival Minnesota on Saturday. And while the Wildcats have looked impressive on the field, they've looked even better off it, as freshman Steven Reese led a group of Wildcats with some great dance moves during Saturday's win.

Northwestern had plenty of reason to celebrate against the Gophers, as the Wildcats held Minnesota to 4 of 16 on third down, stopped Minnesota on all four of the Gophers' fourth-down attempts, only surrendered 173 yards and returned a fumble for a touchdown.

This wasn't the first time Northwestern showed off its great dance moves on the sideline this season, as freshman wide receiver Cameron Green had some fun during last week's 24-19 win over Ball State.

Before that, assistant coach Jerry Brown had a great time in the locker room after the Wildcats defeated Stanford 16-6 to open the season.

Keep winning games, Northwestern. But more importantly, keep showing off those awesome dance moves.

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