Meet The Breakout Dance Star Of March Madness

Fred Hoiberg may not have much rhythm, but his Iowa State Cyclones are dancing their way to the Sweet 16.

The Iowa State Cyclones advanced to their first Sweet 16 since 2000 this Sunday after a thrilling last-second 85-83 victory over traditional powerhouse UNC Tar Heels.

Tom Pennington / Getty

Tom Pennington / Getty


During his post-game speech, coach Fred Hoiberg had an important message for his team…

He wanted his players, his family, and the millions of people watching at home to know that he’s not a very good dancer…

And he doesn’t care who knows it.

After he busted some serious moves in the locker room, Hoiberg texted his daughter to apologize for possibly embarrassing her with his post-game celebration.

Ahahhahaha don't even currrr #nyc #SWEET16 :)

— PaigeHoiberg (@Paige Swagberg)

She didn’t care, but his son was a little more critical of his dad’s moves.

My dad might have the worst dance moves of all time.

— JackHoiberg (@Jack Hoiberg)

Iowa State faces UConn this Friday night at Madison Square Garden for a chance to move on to the Elite Eight, and keep dancing…literally.

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