WATCH: Timmy Trumpet’s ‘Narco’ Edwin Diaz Played College Football Games


Edwin Diaz’s entrance song, closer to the New York Mets, continues to sweep the nation.

Diaz is one of the most dominant irons in Major League Baseball. His walkout song, “Narco” by Blasterjaxx and Timmy Trumpet, quickly became one of the most iconic entrance songs in professional sports and one of the best in baseball history.

When Diaz prepares to enter a game, the lights go out at Citi Field and a loud drum begins to beat slowly. A cameraman follows Diaz as he approaches the bullpen door. As the music resumes, Diaz runs out and a trumpet sounds. Fans rejoice as their hero emerges, Mr. and Mrs. Met pretend to play along, and fans in the stands with toy kazoo trumpets do the same. Others in the crowd will play their “air trumpets,” clap and dance along to the catchy tune.

Well, now “Narco” is expanding to college football.

Over the weekend, “Narco” was played in three different football games: North Dakota at Nebraska, Utah State at Alabama, and Notre Dame at Ohio State. .

‘Narco’ made his first known appearance in college football Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska for the Cornhuskers game against North Dakota.

NFL linebacker and former Nebraska player Will Compton led the Nebraska group in a rendition of “Narco” early in the fourth quarter.

Later, the Bryant–Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa was rocking before the “Narco” kickoff, in Crimson Tide’s opener against Utah State.

Next, the Ohio State Marching Band played “Narco” early in the fourth quarter in their prime-time showdown against Notre Dame.

Who did it best? And where will ‘Narco’ appear next?

Edwin Diaz is a true trendsetter, and it sure looks like we’ll be hearing a lot more from Timmy Trumpet for the foreseeable future.


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