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VIDEO: UW coach Bo Ryan jumps around like the rest of us

Published On: Dec 24 2013 10:05:18 AM CST   Updated On: Oct 14 2013 08:57:20 PM CDT
YOUTUBE:  Bo Ryan

Bo Ryan seen jumping around, courtesy YouTube and David Stluka.

MADISON, Wis. -

Apparently, University of Wisconsin-Madison basketball coach Bo Ryan doesn't mind having a little fun.  The head coach for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers men's basketball team was spotted jumping around with basketball players in the stands during homecoming.

The video was originally uploaded to YouTube by user David Stluka and immediately started going viral.  Even the basketball team's twitter account shared it, using the hashtag #MakeBoPay.

Tweets that followed:

@lanceallan:  At last report I heard @BadgerMBB Bo Ryan is ok after this Jump Around at @BadgerFootball today.

@calibadger:  As if Bo Ryan wasn't already awesome...

@bvincent91:  Loved this!  So great to see @BadgerMBB get in on the Jump Around action!

@BadgerMBB:  Bo Ryan and #Badgers in the student section jumping around.  #MakeBoPay

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