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Frank Beamer will not stop dancing

Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

The only thing Frank Beamer loves more than special teams is busting celebratory moves, it seems.

Frank Beamer will dance for any reason. This time, the reason was a lackluster 17-10 win over Georgia Tech:

Earlier in the annals of Frank Beamer dancing: Beamer dougieing after a win a couple years ago.

And Beamer participating in the team's Harlem Shake. Kdtmild_medium_medium

It seems Beamer's go-to is a chicken-dance-type move, which fits with the school's mascot.

The only question: who has the better moves, 66-year-old Beamer or 68-year-old Jim Leyland from Wednesday night?

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