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Penn State's Football Team Dropped An Incredible Dance Routine At THON

Penn State football players dance at THON.

Penn State is notorious for its THON marathon, which is an annual fundraiser for children who are battling cancer. Participants, who are not allowed to sit for 46 straight hours, dance to raise millions of dollars for this great cause. It looks like Penn State's football team got in on the action this year. And the Nittany Lions did not disappoint.

PSU's football squad put on an incredible performance, kicking things off with an old school 70s classic, the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive." A number of players - including Jason Cabinda, Cole Chiappialle and Brandon Johnson even wore wigs during the routine. The best part is probably the breakdancing portion of the clip.

Enjoy, Penn State fans: