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University Of Wisconsin Student-Athletes Bring The House Down With Comedic Musical Sketch

Last night, the University of Wisconsin honored its student-athletes at the annual “Buckinghams.” The ceremony serves as a showcase to both honor the university’s student-athletes academically as well as let them show off some skills that most people normally wouldn’t get to see from them on the field/court/course/diamond/rink/etc.

The highlight? This awesome music and comedy sketch starring running back Dare Ogunbowale and golfer Matt Ross, with guest performances by Wisconsin Basketball forward Vitto Brown and Wisconsin Soccer’s Anders Kristensen.

The highlight of the highlight was definitely Vitto’s vocal performance, but we all already knew Vitto had pipes (which is why he helped perform the national anthem at the 2015 Final Four). Who knew the Badger’s backfield man could tickle the ivories like that, though? Or that Danish people know what a harmonica is? It’s all news to me.

Hopefully I can get Vitto to sing to me when I’m back in Madison this weekend. A boy can dream.

[via The University of Wisconsin]

Image via The University of Wisconsin

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a writer and content manager for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin. He has been called the "Patron Saint of Butt Stuff" despite never having engaged in sexual activity of any nature until he turned 21, which he is still convinced is the minimum age at which you can legally have sex.

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