Alabama softball is unstoppable on and off the field. The Crimson Tide have won 18 straight games dating back to mid-April, didn't allow a single run in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, and then swept Kentucky in Super Regionals to advance to the Women's College World Series.
It's their dance moves.
Alabama Softball's Viral "Snoop Dogg" Dance
Head coach Patrick Murphy must keep things loose around the diamond, because his girls know how to have fun when they're not kicking butt.
Outfielders Alexis Mack and Jenna Johnson — who are best friends if you couldn't tell — went viral on social media app TikTok for a dance they performed in the dugout prior to the Tuscaloosa Super Regional round.
Mack and Johnson's toe-tapping and leg-kicking routine was set to a version of Snoop Dogg's "The Next Episode" featuring Dr. Dre and has gained some serious traction since they've posted it.
Alexis posted it to her TikTok account, where it has more than 450,000 views and 70,000 likes. Most of her videos receive less than 50,000 views. Apparently, viewers got a kick out of it.
Here's just a few of their other dance-tastic videos:
Alabama ace Montana Fouts is also a big fan of busting a move and being silly with her teammates on TikTok:
And i love you #bamasoftball
If Alabama wins the WCWS, you can bet fans in Tuscaloosa will be getting plenty more dances. I can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves.
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