Beer Bong Mom Twitter: @b_mueller11

There are times when kids get embarrassed by their parents, like when hot moms dance for the jumbotron at baseball games, but there are other moments that make kids proud in front of their friends. What happened this past weekend at an Indiana football tailgate is a perfect example.

Before the Hoosiers battled Michigan State on Saturday night inside Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana, one mother decided to chug a beer through a beer bong in the grassy parking lot. It was so cool that the young Brandon Mueller filmed it and posted a video to social media, where it has well over 100,000 views, but his mom downing a cold barley pop is not the only highlight of the 14-second video.

Just look at the way her husband watches and smiles in pure adoration when she chugs the beer like a champion.

The game didn’t go very well, as the Indiana Hoosiers couldn’t complete a frantic, fourth-quarter comeback and lost to Michigan State, 35-21. However, Brandon Mueller has made his parents famous from the college football tailgate with over 1,000 retweets and nearly 6,000 likes from just his @b_mueller11 Twitter account.

“Find someone who looks at you like my dad looks at my mom while she’s hitting a beer bong.” — Brandon Mueller

Young Brandon might be wise beyond his years with that advice because nothing screams love quite like watching your wife as she hits beer bongs in front of a bunch of phone-filming college students like this husband did.

He probably knew he had a keeper years ago, but this definitely reaffirms it.

Brandon even tried to get a lady himself as the social media video was going viral.

At college tailgates, or any football tailgate, for that matter, really anything goes. People get into fights, eat amazing food, and even set themselves on fire for whatever reason.

This was definitely a moment in tailgate history when Brandon was proud of his mom. And so was his dad.

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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