Not only did the Kentucky Wildcats get dominated Tuesday night in the O’Dome, but so did the Harlem Shake.
If you’re counting, that’s 900+ Rowdy Reptiles, one alligator, a bunch of cheerleaders, and one Wu Tang dance (we see you back there).
Thank you Harlem Shake for killing Gangnam Style.
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, Rowdy Reptiles and Albert the Alligator dominate the Harlem Shake
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