Not a soul coaching in the Power 5 has the dance moves of one Gus Malzahn.
Auburn football head coach Gus Malzahn sure felt like dancing after beating the Mississippi State.
Malzahn is known for a handful of things leading the Auburn Tigers. He always wears an Auburn vest when coaching his team. When his team wins, he celebrates with a delicious meal at Waffle House. His offense is best defined as “hurry up and run”. He beats Nick Saban often enough in the Iron Bowl to keep his job. Most importantly, he has the dance moves to make any cookout better.
U Can’t Touch This level of ’90s-inspired celebratory dance moves
We never thought Malzahn would top being a triple threat during his days in his native Arkansas. Early in his career, he was an excellent high school football coach, a gifted musician and a dynamic force to be reckoned with on the dance floor. Naturally, the only way to stop Hammer Time is to get on the Gus Bus. After defeating Mississippi State, Auburn improves to 6-4 on the season.
While Malzahn may not longer be spry enough to breakdance like the champion he is in his heart, he went back to the trusty arm whip to prove to America that he has still got it. Malzahn is proof that age is just a number. If you feel like dancing, you dance, especially after you beat a team that will finish with the worst record in your division. Simply put, Mississippi State cannot touch this.
Whenever we can have cul-de-sac cookouts again, I’m hiring a deejay and just to invite Gus.