BYU Mentor Kalani Sitake Going TikTok Viral With Group Of ‘Dance Dads’

Ora Sawyers

PROVO, Utah – BYU football coach Kalani Sitake hardly ever passes up the opportunity to demonstrate off his dance moves.

The seventh-year headman will show the moves immediately after a huge acquire, as he did soon after defeating rival Utah past season. Or he’ll bust a move with the dads from “The Dance Club” in Orem.

Two many years ago, in the early levels of the Coronavirus pandemic, Sitake and his daughter, Sadie, danced to a Beyonce track. Well, Sitake is at it once again. This time with other dads from “The Dance Club.”

Kalani Sitake busts out the dance moves on TikTok

In a TikTik movie posted by person adykandell, Sitake is dancing with fellow dads from The Dance Club. The dads are dancing to “Woo Tang Wit It” by DJ Chipman. They have been all with each other in Phoenix for a dance conference that The Dance Club participated in.

@adykandelldance dads 🤝 (pt 2. on hailey’s)♬ Woo Tang Wit It – radio – DJ Chipman

The online video has eclipsed 2.7 million sights on TikTok, which showcased a single dad breaking out the “worm” dance. Most of the comments did not understand BYU’s head mentor was one particular of the dads in the movie.

“No one gonna point out Kalani Sitake … BYU soccer coach just chillin,” wrote TikTok person Nicholas White.

Other individuals admired all the dancing by composing, “no crumbs.” Indicates these dads straight up ate that dance and remaining almost nothing powering. Hard to argue with that commentary.

“Dance Dads” aren’t slowing down

The dance dads have not stopped there, releasing one more dance with Sitake front and heart dancing to Lil Nas X’s “That’s What I Want.”

Where by did Sitake get these dance moves? Past September, right after his BYU soccer crew jumped out to a 2- commence, Sitake appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter and host Matt Berrie asked Sitake that pretty question.

“There’s no skill included it’s just effort and hard work. Every person can dance. It just usually takes hard work and what you do is open oneself up for criticism,” Sitake stated. “But when the boys check with for it, I’m likely to give it to them. When the lovers check with for it, I’m heading to give it to them. That is a fantastic signal.

“You only regret not obtaining a good time with the folks that you adore and the people today you function actually hard with. We do whichever we can to have a ton of enjoyment. We do not party right here at BYU, so we try to do it below in the locker place at the soccer stadium.”

Sitake will have a possibility to clearly show the dance moves once again when BYU kicks off its 2022 year. This fall marks BYU’s ultimate 12 months as an Independent system just before turning out to be a P5 staff in the Massive 12. Which by itself might be motive to break out a dance or two.

Mitch Harper is a BYU Insider for and host of the Cougar Tracks Podcast (SUBSCRIBE) and Cougar Sports Saturday (Saturday from 12–3 p.m.) on KSL Newsradio. Observe him on Twitter: @Mitch_Harper.

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