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.
Then they got more elaborate. A nice little jig transformed into something approaching planking. (Remember planking?) Just where would these guys dance next?
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Before long, "My Boo" had invaded Villanova ...
... and Virginia Tech, courtesy of former Terp Seth Allen ...
... and Marquette ...
... 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)