Register - Forgot Password. By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. And when the team was in the locker room, they were doing a dance that has caught the attention of the entire student body. But how did it start? Get The Gat!! LSU had every reason to celebrate as they not only won the championship, they became the first SEC team to finish The team was led by head coach Ed Orgeron, who won his first championship after spending time as a head coach at Ole Miss and an interim head coach at USC. I do believe it's one of the greatest accomplishments in football history. So proud of Joe Burrow , the leadership that he brought to our football team, he's one of the best football players I've seen in a long time.
Published on January 23rd, by Percy Crawford. After having several players dance to the track, the song blew up. Not bad for a song that was created in Years before any of these players were born.
In a season that took an unprecedented effort to even begin, the LSU Tigers failed to deliver when the crucial moments finally arrived. After Tiger Stadium emptied, after the field had cleared, after the hopes of another undefeated LSU football season crumbled under a los…. The clip shared Saturday across social media in the moments after the Bulldogs' win came from Mississippi State linebacker Erroll Thompson's Instagram Live video, featuring him, defensive end Kobe Jones and linebacker Nathaniel Watson dancing while playfully taunting Baton Rouge rapper Fredo Bang to join their post-game live stream. I love you Im3Fly pic. The "Get the Gat" song and dance first went viral last year after the LSU Tigers used it as their anthem and post-game celebration en route to the national title. The song has since become associated with the Tigers and Baton Rouge. You can dress them in their Sunday best and take them to the White House, but these LSU football players will always stay true to themselves. LSU football's national championship season might be in the rearview mirror, but it seems one aspect of it isn't going away anytime soon. Disclosure: These are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, The Advocate may earn a commission on purchases made via clicks on those links. Edit Close.
The video originally came together with the help of entertainer Shawn Taylor, who is known on social media as 'Subtweet Shawn'. I don't want to put out just anything so I put out something that everyone is going to remember," Taylor said. After many of his friends on the LSU football team saw some of Taylor's other dancing videos on social media, they asked to be part of their own. The Get The Gat Challenge videos have gotten millions of views and have sparked people around social media to do their own. It's just a dance. I want people to have fun. The team is unstoppable so what can you do to stop us?