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VIDEOS: Nebraska bench mob incorporates the Macarena, Rockettes into routine

Nebraska v Indiana

BLOOMINGTON, IN - DECEMBER 28: Head coach Tim Miles of the Nebraska Cornhuskers reacts in the second half against the Indiana Hoosiers at Assembly Hall on December 28, 2016 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

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Nebraska had a lot of fun on Tuesday night as the Huskers earned their 20th win of the season.

Picking up a Big Ten home win over Maryland, the Nebraska bench had all sorts of dance moves ready to go for the game.

First, the bench mob busted out the Macarena early in the second half after James Palmer Jr. hit a three-pointer.

Later in the second half, a red-hot Palmer connected on another three-pointer as this led to the bench busting out some Rockettes moves. The Rockettes even noticed the Huskers doing their signature routine as they commented on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.

Nebraska is optimistic that they’ll also be dancing on Selection Sunday. Although the Huskers picked up their first 20-win season in the last decade this week, they still have plenty of work to do to get into the Field of 68 thanks to an unimpressive non-conference schedule.

Even if Nebraska ultimately falls short of the Big Dance, we’ll have to keep an eye on its dancing bench mob for the rest of the season.