For the first time under head coach Jeremy Pruitt, the Tennessee Volunteers started off the college football season with a victory. Although it took longer than fans probably wanted, it finally happened. Nobody can take that away, and perhaps nobody enjoyed it more than fan at the game in Columbia, South Carolina.
The coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19 outbreak has certainly limited fan attendance throughout the country. It's been different, no doubt, but that's not stopping some people from going to NCAA games and enjoying themselves.
A road win over the South Carolina Gamecocks at Williams-Brice Stadium was fun for Vols everywhere. One guy made sure to party for those who couldn't make the trip, too.
Tennessee Fan's HandClap Dance
This guy was having too much fun. pic.twitter.com/coDrQkkc5B
— Kevin Hutcherson (@HutchersonYa) September 27, 2020
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Whenever "HandClap" by Fitz and the Tantrums comes on, some people can't help but dance. No matter where they are, or who is watching, it's just too catchy not to bust a move. This man absolutely fits that criteria.
Wearing orange pants and a button down shirt -- an outfit likely meant more for the club than a Tennessee football game -- this gentleman came up with his own choreography for the song. He clapped his hands, grooved his hips, thrusted some, and even twerked on the bleachers. Everyone was laughing.
The performance, of course, went viral on social media. Why wouldn't it?
Whether liquid courage was involved or not, the University of Tennessee fan was feeling himself and wasn't afraid to let loose in front of a bunch of strangers.
Only time will tell if this guy will be at more UT games during the SEC season, either in Knoxville or on the road, but he was a good luck charm on Saturday night and provided some great entertainment from the bleachers as well.
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