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Gary Williams in Top Gun, JTIII dancing

In one corner, we have Gary Williams, in aviator shades and flight suit, entering to the theme from Top Gun. In the other corner, we have John Thompson III, wearing his alluring athletic suit, smoothly swaying to the beat in his own head.

Two coaches, two Midnight Madness styles. I'd prefer a joint Midnight Madness with Thompson jumping in front of Gary's fist pump to start dancing, at which point Gary would yell "That son of a bitch cut me off!" at which point they'd have a dance-off at center court while surrounded by a ring of their players chanting "I feel the need, the need for speed," but whatever.

Oh yeah, the players danced, too.

(Photos taken with love from official Terps and Hoyas Midnight Madness stories. also has video of Gary's entrance and Thompson's dance.)

By Dan Steinberg  | October 18, 2010; 10:56 AM ET
Categories:  College Basketball, Terps  
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