Check out these UMD fans playing flip cup at the Twins game

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The University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldog men's hockey team is playing in the national championship game in Chicago on Saturday.

With the team having the day off on Friday, a few Duluth fans ending up catching the Twins who just happened to be playing in Chicago against the White Sox.

During the seventh inning, a TV camera caught a few Bulldog fans playing a game of flip cup and it took the internet by storm.

Need a cheap laugh? Check out these Twins/Minn-Duluth hockey fans playing flippy cup on the South Side dugout. pic.twitter.com/ZwBwKQblI9

— Alex Hickey (@bigahickey) April 8, 2017

If you're not familiar with the rules of flip cup, it's where two teams drink out of their cup and then have to flip it onto the other side before the opposing team.

Sure the game of baseball has some down time, but clearly these guys made the best of it.

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