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Austin R. Vaughn | NCAA.com | August 12, 2015

Better than up-downs

  Mizzou is known for goofy training camp dances.

#wackywednesday met #throwbackthursday this morning at Missouri's training camp when members of the Tigers' offensive line led the team in the macarena.

The iconic '90s dance isn't the first time Mizzou has employed unorthodox means to loosen up before camp.

Yesterday, the safeties led the team in the Cupid Shuffle, and Sunday, the QBs started a conga line.

And, ICYMI, last year a video of the Tigers twerking went somewhat viral.

Apparently keeping it light at camp has been successful for Pinkel and crew as they captured their second consecutive SEC East title last season.

Now they just need to find the right dance to bring them a December victory in Atlanta.

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