An Ohio State coach did "The Whip" after the Sugar Bowl on Thursday. GET IT!
The video "went viral" and on Saturday, Urban Meyer learned about "The Whip."
I learned what "the whip" was in our staff meeting this morning https://t.co/HDWde5Nb0c— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) January 3, 2015
If you don't know what the heck we're talking about, the Times is on it:
The next sports dance craze has arrived: It is known as the whip, and it is a close sibling of the Nae Nae. In fact, it comes from some of the same rappers and choreographers.
The whip is a quick flurry of action, bursts of improvisation bookended with a crouched base position, arm extended, as if the dancer has his hand perched atop a steering wheel. Sound familiar? It’s what the Cincinnati Bengals’ Jeremy Hill did after scoring a touchdown in Week 6 against the Carolina Panthers and what Fletcher Cox, a defensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles, did after sacking Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.