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NCAA.com | August 15, 2014

Breaking it down

Some teams feel relieved after completing a long day of practice in the brutal August heat. For Nebraska, it's reason to break it down.

The Cornhuskers wrapped up Wednesday practice with coaches and players dancing in a big circle on the field, including senior cornerback Josh Mitchell showing off his moves to head coach Bo Pelini. The scene was depicted in a compilation of photos on the Huskers' instagram page.

Some Huskers fans might have broken out dance moves they didn't know they had following November's miraculous comeback victory over Northwestern that ended on a Hail Mary.

College Colors decided to reconstruct the play in their own way.

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