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Phillips turned to his sideline after the sack and delivered a well-timed rendition of the “Shmoney Dance”

The Oklahoma defense is making life very difficult for Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley through a half of football, recording four sacks through the first 30 minutes.

After defensive tackle Jordan Phillips brought Worley down with in the second quarter, he celebrated in a way that only a defensive tackle can: with a big-man dance.

Phillips turned to his sideline after the sack and delivered a well-timed rendition of the “Shmoney Dance,” made famous by rapper Bobby Shmurda.

Phillips almost had a big-man touchdown last week after scooping up a Tulsa fumble, but an off-ball penalty brought it back. Now, he can celebrate something that counts.

 

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