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USC, Georgia Tech take in El Paso nightlife

What do you do in El Paso? Grab a mic and get funky.

If you were going to ask me what there is to do in El Paso, my mind would immediately jump to karaoke. What else would USC and Georgia Tech do as they prepare for the Sun Bowl? This isn't Las Vegas, or even the Las Vegas of Texas.

So the Trojans and Yellow Jackets tried their hand at karaoke. Except El Paso is about 10 years behind, so we've got some of the greatest club bangers from, like, 2001.

In order: Lil Jon's "Get Low," Sisqo's "Thong Song," "Lean on Me" and Supafreak.

Roll damn El Paso

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