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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | August 27, 2016

Massachusetts attempts Syracuse header trick

It's not quite 25, but 21 is still impressive.

In the wake of Syracuse men's soccer's viral video in which the team kept a 25-header volley alive before heading the ball into a garbage can as a grand finale, the Massachusetts men's soccer team came out with its own video attempting the same feat.

Positioned in two lines facing each other, the Minutemen took turns heading a ball back and forth for 21 turns. When the ball got to the 22nd and final player however, he headed the ball just wide of the garbage can, causing players to collapse to the floor in dissapointment.

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