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I'd never heard hip-hop group Ghost Town DJ's 1996 single, "My Boo," until this weekend. Now it's all I want to hear.

As with most trends, I'm a couple of weeks behind. Here are Maryland men's basketball sophomore guards Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley doing an as-yet-unnamed dance a couple of weeks ago.

Jnickkkkkkk

A video posted by Jaylen Brantley (@jaybriddle_1) on

Then they got more elaborate. A nice little jig transformed into something approaching planking. (Remember planking?) Just where would these guys dance next?

Oh yeahh!!! ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ wassup wit it ? @jaybriddle_1 add my snap: jnickkk

A video posted by Jared Nickens (@jnickens_) on

Before long, "My Boo" had invaded Villanova ...

... and Virginia Tech, courtesy of former Terp Seth Allen ...

... and Marquette ...

We wit the movement ttm @sacar_anim15 .... @jnickens_ @jaybriddle_1 @krisjenk2 @pbooth_5

A video posted by TC.... Aka The Engine (@tc_carter21) on

... and Louisville, with Baltimore native Damion Lee.

It won't be long before Jimmy Fallon is doing this, and we all cringe and wonder why we can't have nice things.

(H/T SB Nation)

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