Found October 31, 2013 on College Spun:
Wisconsin running backs James White and Melvin Gordon form a pretty dynamic duo, both on and off the field. A few days ago we showed you them dressed up as Power Rangers while visiting kids with the Badgers Childhood Cancer Network — now it’s time to share some more of their good work. This time, the pair is spreading cheer with their dance moves — their touchdown celebration dance moves. Wisconsin athletics has put together a humorous video about the “new dance trend” that is taking the world by storm:
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