Watch Monmouth players lose their minds after beating Notre Dame

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After shocking No. 17 Notre Dame with a 70-68 win over the Irish this past weekend, Monmouth went full Thanksgiving-feast mode with its postgame locker-room celebration.

These dudes are legends #monmouthbench pic.twitter.com/JNKiijJRLD — White Bball Pains (@WhiteBballPains) November 28, 2015

Watch the complete celebration, and then check out some more creativity from Monmouth’s bench:

Legendary #WhiteBballSuccess pic.twitter.com/beYQN530H4 — White Bball Pains (@WhiteBballPains) November 28, 2015

Bench goals part 2 #WhiteBballSuccess pic.twitter.com/c7jxwqEMzv — White Bball Pains (@WhiteBballPains) November 28, 2015

Bench goals part 3 #WhiteBballSuccess pic.twitter.com/muNYaNap5t — White Bball Pains (@WhiteBballPains) November 28, 2015

The Hawks could be a team to watch come March. Monmouth already has wins over Notre Dame and UCLA, and has close loses to Dayton and USC.

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