With Easter coming up on Sunday, the University of Houston football team turned what's supposed to be an intense and tough drill into one that looked incredibly ridiculous with bunny suits.

Special Easter weekend edition of the Circle Drill in the #HTownTakeover pic.twitter.com/ABEIoTdgWQ

— #HTownTakeover (@UHCougarFB) March 25, 2016

Love #HTownTakeover practices. pic.twitter.com/r2t4NgsX6F

— #HTownTakeover (@D_D_Bass) March 25, 2016

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For those unfamiliar with the circle drill, a staple of Ohio State's practices, it pits two players against each other as they attempt to knock each other off their blocks and push their "opponent" out of the ring. It's a drill Urban Meyer loves, and one that Tom Herman took to Houston when he signed on as the Cougars' head coach.

It's a way to build toughness, which seems unusual given the players' absurd (and creepy) costumes. Here's what a real circle drill is supposed to look like. See the difference?

Morning, night or day, the Circle Drill has no set time in the #HTownTakeover pic.twitter.com/xsglCqXGEI

— #HTownTakeover (@UHCougarFB) March 25, 2016