Wednesday September 30th, 2015

September saw the return of college and NFL football, as well as MLB playoff spots being clinched, which means plenty of locker room dancing.

iHeartMemphis’s “Hit The Quan” and Silento’s “Watch Me” are still dominating clubhouse boomboxes this month, but hopefully as the seasons change, so will the musical accompaniment for sports dancing.


Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy shakes his tailfeather

Oklahoma State narrowly escaped defeat in Austin against Texas, and after all that sideline tension, coach Mike Gundy had to cut loose with some dancing as his players chanted his name.


Steve Young shows off his Ray Lewis dance

Steve Young gave a beautiful interpretation of a beloved piece of classical choreography: the Ray Lewis dance.


The Twins organization hits the Quan

The Twins bat boy showed off some of the finest sports dancing in September, and as the players fought for a playoff spot, they also learned his steps for clubhouse celebrations.

We win.. We dance. @tnutts48

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Dabo Swinney keeps the Whip alive

Clemson’s Dabo Swinney must have a soft spot for pop music, after dancing to Pharrell’s “Happy” last year, and keeping the Whip/Nae Nae trend going in September with this locker room dance session.


Milwaukee Bucks 55 & older dance squad has some sick moves

This Bucks fan shows that with advanced age come advanced dance moves.


Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake channel Beyoncé at U.S. Open

As Roger Federer took on Richard Gasquet at the U.S. Open the crown got some extra entertainment from Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake.


Novak Djokovic joins a fan in on-court dance party

There was a lot of dancing going on in Flushing Meadows in September, with eventual U.S. Open champ Novak Djokovic inviting an excited fan onto the court to help him celebrate an early round win.


Northwestern turned a surprise win into a dance party

Northwestern shocked Stanford for an opening week win and then assistant coach Jerry Brown got his groove on in the locker room.


Stephen Curry follows his daughter’s lead with Whip and Nae Nae

​NBA MVP Stephen Curry showed fans in the Philippines his take on the dance craze, and explained that he learned the moves from his daughter Riley.


WWE’s Daniel Bryan gets down for a good cause

Daniel Bryan showed off his moves as part of the #JustKeepDancing challenge to support the fight against pediatric cancer.


Andy Kennedy brings back his alter ego Randy to dance the Nae Nae

​Fans first met Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy’s alter ego Randy in a season ticket commercial earlier this year, and now he is back to show he can cut a rug.

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