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Jack Freifelder | NCAA.com | April 20, 2017

Vanderbilt football puts together sorority parody video

  After a 6-7 season, the Vanderbilt football team is starting off the year on a lighter note.

As the calendar rounds into spring that means it’s time to start thinking football again. But injecting a little bit of levity into the mix as teams assemble for spring practice is always appreciated — from fans and players alike.

Case in point, this parody video the Vanderbilt football team cut for their faux VF sorority. If you’ve ever been to Nashville, it’s definitely a city that likes to have fun.

Come one, come all, there’s a whole lot of fun to be had with Vanderbilt football.

Maybe the ‘Dores will recruit the next Becca Longo with this pitch. Longo recently became the first woman to receive an NCAA scholarship for football, when she signed a letter of intent to play football at Adams State University — a DII school.

Only time will tell. In the meantime, Vanderbilt looks like they’re getting off on a good note after a middling 6-7 campaign in 2016. A team that parodies together plays together.

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