The Ohio University marching band covered one of the weirdest and most popular songs of September during halftime on Saturday.
OU's Marching 110 covered "The Fox," a strange tune which was released recently by Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker, who perform under the name of Ylvis. Some describe them as Norway's Lonely Island.
The song's a hit, racking up four million views in three days. We've done some work trying to figure out what the fox actually does say, and checked with experts on the subject. It's still somewhat of a mystery to us.
The Marching 110's version had a lot less screeching, but did include some fantastic dance moves.