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Is anyone having more fun than Mizzou is this summer? (Videos)

Nick Bromberg
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Missouri doesn't look like it's feeling the pressure of defending its SEC East title. Or if Mizzou is feeling it, dancing is the way to cope.

On Wednesday, defensive coordinator Dave Steckel joined the dancing, when he "taught" his defenders how to do the Dougie.

Two days earlier, his cornerbacks got their groove on.

Perhaps this trend was started by Missouri's offensive line? Almost every position group on the offensive side of the ball has been in a dancing video. The tight ends did the haka.

The wide receivers had a dance line.

The running backs dance too, but they might have been the weakest dancers of the bunch.

The quarterbacks jumped on it.

And the strength department even danced after doing an up-down.

Throughout the entire collection nothing tops an entire offensive line twerking, but if anyone is coming close it's the wide receivers. And Steckel too, just because seeing a defensive coordinator do the Dougie is great. Other teams may top Mizzou in a one-on-one video showdown, but the volume Missouri has amassed this year is impressive.

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Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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