Watch as Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy dances in locker room after win over No. 25 Texas

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Many mullet wearers espouse the phrase, “Business in the front, party in the back.” Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy, however, brought the party to his entire locker room on Saturday. 

After topping No. 25 Texas to protect their undefeated record, the 6-0 Oklahoma State Cowboys watched Gundy show off some impressive dance moves. The 54-year-old Gundy dropped to a squat and swung his arms and body from side to side, miraculously not ripping his khakis and earning a rousing applause from his team. 

Gavin Gundy, Mike’s son, tweeted his father’s dancing video with the caption “Horns Down” to pour even more salt into Texas fans’ wounds. The Longhorns have endured some brutal losses this season, from Arkansas blowing them out, 41-20, to Oklahoma rallying behind freshman quarterback Caleb Williams to win the Red River Showdown, 55-48. Oklahoma State, which earned its first lead with only 4:37 remaining, defeated Texas by scoring 19 unanswered points in the second half.

Post-game dancing isn’t new within college football‘s coaching circle. Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher orchestrated a 41-38 upset over then top-ranked Alabama in College Station last week, and after the game A&M’s players chanted “Jimbo” until the 56-year-old busted a move. 

No. 12 Oklahoma State will continue its run toward the Big 12 Championship game with a tough matchup against Iowa State in Ames next Saturday. A win that significant might force Gundy to break out his dance moves once again. 

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