The Dakota State football team got entertainment from their coaching staff following a practice, thanks to a game of the always entertaining "Dizzy Punt."

Video: Dakota State football coaches play ‘Dizzy Punt’

Everyone has likely heard of the game “Dizzy Bat.” The objective, spin around in a circle for a set amount of rotations before making a fool of yourself as you stumble away. Now, we have “Dizzy Punt.”

Thanks to the fine coaching staff of the Dakota State football program, we were introduced to the great game.

The coaches lightened the mood after practice by spinning around before attempting to punt a football downfield. The results were absolutely hilarious.

Dakota State Trojans head coach Josh Anderson and defensive coach Cory Miller were the two men participating.

After spinning around a golf club 12 times, all-out hilarity ensued.

Check out the video below to see how the Dakota State Trojans get down after a grueling day practice.

It is always great to lighten the mood.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to YouTube/Andrew GrossMusic

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