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Video of College Team Going Nuts After Dramatic Win Is Going Viral for a Reason You Might Not Expect

Not everyone was happy.

(Source: YouTube screen shot)

The Green Bay Packers stunned the Chicago Bears on Sunday with a 48-yard touchdown bomb with less than 50 seconds left. It wasn't just the Seidl and Howerton households going absolutely berserk (in a good way) when it happened: A video is sweeping the Internet (in the top five on the YouTube trend map as of publication) showing the Wisconsin Badgers football team watching during the moment of the big play and the celebratory chaos that erupts afterwords.

But it isn't really just the emphatic excitement of the team. There's one specific reaction in the center of the screen that has many chuckling:

Image source: YouTube

First, here's the video:

You can see a highlight of the play they were reacting to over at ESPN.

Did you catch the one reaction sending the video viral?

If you said the sad, lonely Bears fan in the Matt Forte jersey, you are right! While seemingly the entire rest of the team is celebrating their state's biggest team and their incredible play, one teammate could only hang his head and throw his water bottle.

So, who's the Bears fan?

That's red shirt freshman running back Vonte Jackson, says Yahoo. He's actually from the Wisconsin town of Kenosha, which is only about 20 minutes from the Wisconsin-Illinois border.

Despite his melancholy reaction, he's quite the fighter. He's suffered three torn ACLs since 2011 but is hoping to contribute to the team come spring.

As for his reaction, he's been a good sport about it. His Twitter feed is filled with retweets of people poking him for becoming an instant Internet celebrity known as the sad Bears kid.



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