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Watch Gus Malzahn celebrate Auburn’s 2013 win over Texas A&M

On to vic'try, stick out the tongue...
On to vic’try, stick out the tongue…

People started getting excited after the 2013 Texas A&M game. Gus started getting excited. It may have been the first time we saw him really kind of let his hair down as a coach, sticking his tongue out.

Once he was reminded while addressing the conquerors in the Kyle Field locker room that, hey, the slaying of the Manziels meant six wins, meant a bowl game, the New Ball Coach started smiling and laughing. And sticking his tongue out. Like, it’s out there. And it stays out for a few seconds.

Tongues, dance moves, locker room passion, success… the Dye-Malzahn parallels are there, people! (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

Video: Auburn Obsessive.

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