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Texas Longhorns enjoyed a hypnotizing day off

(Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire)(Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire)

The Texas Longhorns football team took a day off to participate in some team bonding earlier this week. It’s an NCAA requirement to give an off-day during preseason camp, so the Longhorns seized the opportunity to welcome hypnotist Jonathan Yeager as a special guest visitor.

Yeager dropped by to see if his artistry would work on the Sugar Bowl Champs.

It appears that it did. The hypnotist convinced players they were glued to chairs, made others fall asleep instantly and had the audience of remaining players and coaches floored.

Now, these are big, burly men and it is more than likely that some did not believe hypnotism was real before they walked in that room. Despite that, the players seemed truly amazed as Yeager worked his magic.

Even though their opening game is just a few weeks away, the Longhorns seemed very relaxed while enjoying their astonishing guest. Coaches arrange events like these in order to de-stress their players.

Team building is always important in building a winning program and it appears that the Longhorn coaches are doing a great job of bringing their guys together as one before the grueling season kicks off.

The video was first shared by Longhorn Football’s Twitter account and has been circulating all over social media on Wednesday. Watching these guys have some fun as they experience something that is leaving them dumbfounded and perplexed simply puts a smile on your face.

Rebecca Wasik was born and raised in the Bay Area. Her life has revolved around the A's, Warriors, Sharks, and 49ers since she was a little girl. Rebecca recently received her BA in Sports Journalism and Media Studies from San Diego State University... Go Aztecs!

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