Happy Halloween! Here's some babies dressed up as college football coaches
Dressing babies up as college football coaches is a recent Halloween tradition, but it's also already the best one.
It's the hair, really, that takes this from "cute" to "Internet classic." But Baby Holgo isn't the first remarkable coach-in-diapers doppelganger to emerge from the World Wide Web the past few years. In fact, it's become something of a Halloween tradition -- and if you ask us, it's already the best Halloween tradition, narrowly edging out fun-size Reese's cups and rainbow wigs.
From last October, here's Baby Derek Dooley:
Here's baby Bill Snyder:
And here's the one that started it all, the world-famous Baby Mangino:
We're already looking forward to Halloween 2013.
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