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BYU pays tribute to their 2-0 start and late game heroics with a solid rap music video

Normally, when a college football program tries to attach themself to a rap for a theme song of sorts, it's a disaster, and that's putting it nicely (see Miami, Auburn, Florida, etc.).

However, we may have one that breaks the mold out of BYU. Yeah, you read that right, a rap inspired by BYU's 2-0 start is actually pretty damn good.

Titled Dreamin, the rap is a tip of the cap dramatic to their dramatic last minute wins over Nebraska and Boise State to start the 2015 season, and includes some pretty impressive lyrical magic about players like quarterbacks Tanner Magnum (QB2 turned QB1 and the orchestrator of the winning Hail Mary's) and Taysom Hill (the starting quarterback who BYU lost for the third straight year to a season ending injury), while weaving in historic BYU names like Jim McMahon too.

Take a look and judge for yourself, and try not to get that chorus stuck in your head.