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Vanderbilt football players made their own sorority recruitment parody video
21 April 2017, 07:07 | Andy Ferguson
Watch: Vanderbilt football team spoofs sororities in recruitment video
In the video, players welcomed recruits to the "VF Sorority" as they danced to EDM and blew glitter into the camera. And, lucky for you, you have an answer to your previously rhetorical question.
Vanderbilt tight end Sam Dobbs published a video Monday on YouTube of a recruitment video that parodies videos made for that objective by sororities.
The Vanderbilt football team wants you to join their sorority!
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Props to Dobbs for the creative and well edited video. One of them, which was posted to YouTube previous year, humorously depicted all the different types of stereotypes that exist on the field, like The Know-It-All Quarterback and The Snapchat King. If sorority humor isn't your thing, you'll probably find the stereotype video amusing.
Shoutout to Dobbs for making this second sorority recruitment video, as it is pretty amusing. It should be the top recruiting tool for coach Derek Mason and the rest of his recruiting staff.
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