Watch: Fans dressed as farm animals bust a moo-ve at Gophers game

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They were cheering the Gophers to a win over Purdue, so you can't blame these fans for busting a moo-ve and getting down with their baa-d selves.

These two fans were caught on camera dancing "like nobody is watching," as USA Today put it, during the Gophers' 62-58 win Saturday afternoon, after turning up dressed as farmyard animals.

The footage has made it onto Vine, where the loop has been played more than 3,000 times since Saturday.

Williams Arena is known as "The Barn," so it could be argued that they were dressed for the occasion, and everybody else was out of place.

It's not the first-time a Gophers basketball fan has caught the eye with their dance floor prowess, you might remember this kid from last year.

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