Northwestern Football Team Warms Up Shirtless In 22-Degree Minnesota Weather

Northwestern is feeling good after clinching the B1G West, but after their latest act, they are probably also freezing their #$% off.

The forecast for Saturday morning in Minneapolis has temperatures in the mid-20s while the wind makes it feel like temperatures are in the teens. That kind of cold will make most people bundle up, but the Wildcats did not let the weather faze them.

Strength coach Alex Spanos led the team out in a cutoff shirt and shorts for warmups while the team went shirtless in the frigid cold.