College Baseball Teams Have Dance-Off And Play Rock, Paper, Scissors During Rain Delay

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College rain delays are the best. There’s no going into the clubhouse to sit in your big locker and wait it out some TV like in the big leagues. No sir, the battle goes on. If you can’t compete on the field because of the rain, you compete in other ways. We’ve seen jousting, skits, dance-offs, all sorts of things.

Last night, a rivalry game between Louisiana-Monroe and Louisiana-Lafayette got hit with a rain delay, so the teams made the most of it and had a dance off and played a little rock, paper, scissors.

And the runner up tonight was Ragin' Cajuns manager @BCov_88 pic.twitter.com/eor0jAog8F

— Cajuns Baseball (@CajunsBaseball) May 16, 2015

Like @KennonFontenot we are taking it to the house. Will be back in action tomorrow at 11 am. #GeauxCajuns pic.twitter.com/asB4gzLepM

— Cajuns Baseball (@CajunsBaseball) May 16, 2015

DANCE OFF 💃🏻

So apparently this is how @ULM_BSB keeps themselves occupied during a ☔️ delay. #TalonsOut pic.twitter.com/PsCOLNeqER

— ULM Warhawks (@ULMWarhawks) May 16, 2015

2015 #FunBelt Rock-Paper-Scissors Champions #GeauxCajuns #AAIT pic.twitter.com/r662j9KRKI

— Cajuns Baseball (@CajunsBaseball) May 16, 2015

Moral of the story…Never go with ✂️#BeatULL | #TalonsOut pic.twitter.com/UciGKrU5Af

— ULM Warhawks (@ULMWarhawks) May 16, 2015

 

All for the love of the game. Rain will never stop a little competition.