Best of Midnight Madness: Kansas seniors deliver best of many Gangnam Style dances

Midnight Madness produces some memorable moments each year, so The Dagger is chronicling the best ones from Friday's lineup all weekend. If you spot something we missed, let us know here or here.

If hitting the Dougie was definitely the theme of Midnight Madness circa 2010, then 2012 was certainly the year of Gangnam Style. North Carolina danced to it. So did Maryland. And the Marquette women. Heck, even Minnesota coach Tubby Smith made a credible effort. Still no team went as all-out to get down to the unlikely Korean pop smash hit as Kansas' four man senior class in the above video. Nobody's more ready for this song to go the way of "Call me Maybe" and disappear forever than I am, but I have to admit I enjoyed Travis Releford's and Jeff Withey's rendition in particular.

More from Best of Midnight Madness Series:

• Wagner forward leaps over his mom and dad for dunk
• Kentucky transforms Rupp Arena floor into a projector screen
• D.J. Byrd pulls one over on unsuspecting Purdue crowd
• Jamie Dixon's 'Jackie Moon' costume wins the night
• Brittney Griner does a near-360 jam in Baylor's dunk contest
• Missouri's Keion Bell leaps over six people for a dunk
• Tom Izzo wows Michigan State crowd with 'Iron Man' entrance
North Carolina freshmen don ballet slippers and tutus
Kentucky women's coach channels MC Hammer

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