Found April 24, 2013 on
Duke University has always been known for its honor, commitment and achievement. Although they looked committed, after you see this video, I don’t think the words “honor” and “achievement” come to mind.
The Trackstreet Boys, formerly known as the Duke track team, decided to sway just a bit outside of their lanes when they decided to make this year’s tribute video. The five athletes owned the stage with some not-so-bad choreography and stellar costumes — mocking one of the ’90s’ greatest hits. One thing is certain, Nick Carter and company would be proud of these bros.
Check out the Trackstreet Boys’ debut song below.
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The Duke track squad put together a lip-synching performance of the Backstreet Boys "I want it that way" and it is just as horrendously magical as you would expect.
Since you can never have too much evidence that Duke is the douchiest school in the NCAA, here are members of the Duke track and field team lip-synching to the Backstreet Boys "I Want It That Way."
Say hello to the five members of the Duke track team who are featured in this video singing and dancing along to the 1999 hit single "I Want It That Way" by the Backstreet Boys.What do these guys call themselves? Well, the Trackstreet Boys of course.Watch and you will notice their rendition is actually pretty solid. They have clearly done their research and have all the...
The Duke Blue Devils track and field team put together this mock Backstreet Boys video, calling themselves The Trackstreet Boys, for the S.T.A.R.S. end of the year celebration. I’m guessing that this will be a huge hit, and is infinitely better than another Harlem Shake, Call Me Maybe or Gangnam Style video. Well done guys.
Ever since the inception of YouTube, people have been making parody music videos and the latest comes to us from the Duke University track team.
Watch as the "Trackstreet Boys" do their own personal version of "I Want It That Away" and do their best boy band impression.
Also to note, you might want to watch this one with the volume turned up: