Screenshot of BradyHokeClapping.com

A new website allows college football fans to watch Brady Hoke clap over and over and over again while a counter keeps track of just how many times you have watched the beleaguered coach applaud while, Wacka Flocka Flame's "Clap" plays in the background.

By Extra Mustard
October 06, 2014

A new website allows college football fans to watch Brady Hoke clap over and over and over again while a counter keeps track of just how many times you have watched the beleaguered coach applaud while Wacka Flocka Flame's "Clap" plays in the background.

BradyHokeClapping.com is the invention of Ohio State Buckeye fan Austin Hutchison, who told Extra Mustard that he created the site because he "saw the chance to poke fun at Michigan's coach, who is infamous for not wearing a headset and clapping."

Hutchison said he lost count of just how many times he watched the GIF while making the site, adding that it eventually started to make him a little dizzy to see the loop playing for so long.

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As for who has withstood the clapping for the longest, that record likely has to go to a poster on reddit who let the site run to over 10,000 claps, which is an impressive piece of meme dedication.

 
-Brendan Maloy

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