The Bearcats post-game skit went viral this week.

Bearcats Baseball Take Post-Game Interviews To Next Level [Video]

The Cincinnati Bearcats’ baseball team has an interesting, yet hilarious way of doing post-game interviews. No matter who gets the spotlight after a game, the rest of the team collaborates in skits behind the scenes in whats become a viral hit over night.

It’s common for college baseball players to be interviewed right on the field after a game, but any reporter who dares to take on the challenge at the University of Cincinnati baseball games will get much more than a quote.

Throughout the 2013 season, Bearcats’ ball players have been putting together some of the most creative skits in the backdrop as one of their teammates talks with a school reporter. From jousting to swimming, there seems to be a lot of ways to enjoy yourself while cleaning up the field after a ball game.

The team’s post-game shenanigans may have been a way to get over their struggles on the field, as they finished the 2013 regular season with a 24-32 record. Though Bearcats’ baseball only won 4-of-18 games on the road, they played much better at home; well enough to celebrate with theatrical performances during player interviews.

The same reporter can be seen in the majority of the cut scenes where players use creative skits in the background at Marge Schott Stadium, but he rarely loses focus and remains calm throughout the interviews.

Here’s video proof of the Bearcats’ baseball team taking post-game interviews to the next level.

As you can see, some players are working on the field, but others come in and out of the screen while acting out different scenes for the camera. Rarely do they break character, and their creativity produces some of the most masterful “photobombs” you will ever see.

From an explorer to a king on his throne, the Bearcats’ players will obviously have a profession to fall back on if they don’t make it to the big leagues.

Have you ever seen “photobombs” as creative as Bearcats baseball’s post-game interviews?