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Sport Minnesota trolls Penn State by playing 'Lion Sleeps Tonight' after upset win

23:50  09 november  2019
23:50  09 november  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Watch: Fleck crowd surfs in locker room after beating Penn St.

  Watch: Fleck crowd surfs in locker room after beating Penn St. Fleck has turned this program around, and Saturday’s victory over Penn State moved the Golden Gophers to 9-0 in is his biggest triumph yet. © Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY SportsRELATED: Minnesota winSo Fleck, 38, celebrated in the only way that seemed proper for a guy like him: Supported by his players, he crowd-surfed in the home locker room.P.J. Fleck crowd surfed in the locker room after @GopherFootball's upset vs. No. 4 Penn State pic.twitter.com/ZR5u4W9zc6— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 9, 2019This is Fleck in a nutshell.

tonight Near the village the quiet village The lion sleeps tonight .

A date with No. 4 Penn State would set the record straight, and Minnesota straightened it out quite Let the record show that these Gophers are now 9-0 after upsetting the Nittany Lions to pick up The Minnesota defense forced three Penn State turnovers, including an interception in the end zone to

No. 17 Minnesota shocked the college football world by beating No. 4 Penn State, and then the Golden Gophers trolled their rival playing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.”

a crowd of people watching a baseball game © Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

The song was blaring on the TCF Bank Stadium loudspeakers as fans rushed the field in celebration. Here’s a stunning picture of the wild scene.

Needless to say, players, coaches and fans from both sides of this rivalry won’t soon forget this game, and the savage troll job that followed.

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