Oregon State has its own new terrible video and dance move

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Because Oregon State needs a signature dance.

Okay, so, Oregon State wants its fans to do this between the third and fourth quarter at games:

I mean, that's ... that's something, alright.

I've watched this video twice through and still don't exactly know what "The Chainsaw" is supposed to be. Like, I get the one arm cocked, one arm outstretched 'chainsaw' motion, but is it supposed to be going down?

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Going up?

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Through a picnic table conveniently placed in the middle of the forest?

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A little clarification would be helpful.

Skip to the 1:19 mark to see the guy make a sound that I think is supposed to be a chainsaw, but it ends up sounding like this cat licking a spoonful of sour cream.

Unlike the rash of fan videos we've seen recently (of which only South Carolina's was actually cool), this was actually made by the OSU athletic department. The production value is actually pretty decent, too, but that can't really cover up for a song that sounds like a hastily thrown together Fred Durst-Lil Jon collaboration.

Take a moment out of your day to think about head coach Mike Riley's face when he heard this song. The smile likely never broke from his face but, for a split second, I bet you could see his eye twitch.

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