It’s the college football offseason, but the Michigan Wolverines football team is in mid-season form when it comes to famous reenactments of Disney movies.

We don’t know why, but Michigan quarterback John O’Korn and his Michigan teammates were in the recovery room at Schembechler Hall on the U of M campus, and reenacted the opening of The Lion King.

J.R. Smith’s might have been better, but this was decent, considering there were other “animals” present:

The Wolverines seem pretty loose, and why shouldn’t they be? They had a good first year under head coach Jim Harbaugh, finishing 10-3, with a 6-2 record in the Big Ten.

And expectations for the Wolverines are high going into the 2016 campaign, as many outlets have them in their preseason top five, some even as high as No. 3.

But if the Wolverines perform below expectations, don’t be surprised when people point back to things like this, despite it being harmless fun between college teammates.

About Harry Lyles Jr.

Harry Lyles Jr. is an Atlanta-based writer, and a Georgia State University graduate.