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Terps Dance Too!

Since I showed Patrick Ewing Jr. and Jerry Rice cranking that (below), might as well include the Terps dancing, also to Soulja Boy, in addition to some oldies. In preparation or a season of Terps-Hoyas comparisons, let's start here: the Terps appeared to be dancing with zero Hall of Fame wide receivers (minus), but did have matching white suits and top hats (plus). The Terps had a well-oiled choreography (plus, and can't these guys get degrees in performance art or something?), while the Hoyas' coach seemed involved (major plus). Gary Williams did not, as far as I can tell, crank dat.

This is court level but has some distractions; the version from Mister Irrelevant, shown below, is likely better. Of course, every single basketball team in the country was doing this last week. Seriously, even the University of Texas-Pan American women's team.

By Dan Steinberg  |  October 15, 2007; 10:44 AM ET
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this music, i do not understand

i must be getting old :(

Posted by: i don't understand | October 15, 2007 11:31 AM | Report abuse

Gary was too busy in his lambo to worry about cranking that. see here:

Posted by: liz | October 15, 2007 11:32 AM | Report abuse

Indeed Liz. I think the women's team did that dance during their little show to. I missed the men's team because I got there late. Funny that they're kinda of behind the curve in this one as they were ahead of the curve doing "Thriller" last year.

Can we add those two songs and Time Warp to the "I never ever want to hear this again" list?

Posted by: EricS | October 15, 2007 12:45 PM | Report abuse

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