PROVO — There was plenty of celebrating in LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday night, even if there were no fans allowed.

BYU’s sideline found itself in the spotlight early in the fourth quarter of its dominant 48-7 victory over Troy in the Cougars’ home opener, as ESPN highlighted some dancing along the sideline moments after BYU’s Masen Wake scored his second touchdown of the night.

Among those caught on camera was Jasen Ah You, BYU’s executive coordinator of recruiting and player personnel.

There were mixed reviews of the dance moves on Twitter.

Ah You defended the dance moves the morning after the victory.

BYU defensive back Wes Wright was also caught on camera showing off his moves.

BYU quarterback Zach Wilson, who threw for a career-best 392 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in the win, got a laugh out of the Diet Coke joke.

The moves were less of a hit with national sports writer Bryan Fisher, though.

One of Wilson’s touchdown passes went to tight end Isaac Rex, who turned to dancing to celebrate his first collegiate touchdown.

BYU’s all-time leading rusher, Jamaal Williams, who’s now playing for the Green Bay Packers and is known for his dance moves and fun-loving attitude, also weighed in.

And one last message for anyone commenting negatively about the dance moves: