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Video Of This Crazy Army Football Drill Is Going Viral

Army football coach Jeff Monken.

BALTIMORE, MD - DECEMBER 13: Head coach Jeff Monken of the Army Black Knights stands with his players and sings the teams fight song following their 17-10 loss to the Navy Midshipmen at M&T Bank Stadium on December 13, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Most college football programs across the country have some type of 1-on-1 battle drill, typically used to jack up the team when the head coach thinks it's necessary.

Army's football program shared a video on social media last week of its drill.

It looks pretty intense.

The Black Knights, who are coming off an impressive 11-2 season, aren't holding back in spring practice.

Check it out:

Longtime college football reporter Tim May had a good point regarding the video, too: "I watch something like this, and I swear, my very first thought is who 'invented' that giant Frisbee with handles, and how much does it cost as a piece of 'specialty' training equipment," he tweeted.

He's right. Is that custom made or is there a company out there that makes them? And if so, does anyone buy them but football teams?