The Louisiana State University field maintenance crew is getting known for laying down more than the tarp when they take the field during games. The groundskeepers were recently captured on video dancing to NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye" at a college baseball game and throwing down some impressive dance moves as well.
The six-man tarp crew pulled off the boy band's original pop moves to roars of approval from the stands and —after the video hit YouTube — has since received more than 9,000 views.
According to the LSUTarpCrew Twitter page, fans have come to look forward to the crew's choreography throughout baseball season.
Tweets brag that the purple-shirted crew has previously danced to Beyonce's "Single Ladies" and the Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive."
Todd Jeansonne, LSU's director of facilities and grounds, told The Huffington Post in an email that "the gentlemen [involved] take great pride in the role they play to support [the team]."
What's next? Posters of the guys on tween girls walls?
Justin Timberlake better watch out.