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Watch: University of Wisconsin Students Turn Dallas Dance Into A Mascot-Pumping Spoof


Now there's more people for Lil Wil to be pissed off with

: The University of Wisconsin. By spoofing

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Cali Swag District's "Teach Me How to Dougie"

and turning it into a song about its mascot, Bucky the Badger, called "Teach Me How to Bucky" (see above), Wisonsin student rap troupe Zooniversity has, by the transitive property, not only stolen Cali Swag District's swag, but also Lil Wil's.

Turns out they're not alone, though: The University of Oregon has also taken the "Teach Me How to Dougie" song and placed it against clips of its duck mascot, calling their efforts "Teach Me How to Ducky." Deadspin has both videos, although, really, we promise, the other isn't worth watching.

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