March Madness may have ended 11 days ago, but thanks to a couple of Terrapins, some teams are still dancing.

Maryland players Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley started publicly getting down to Ghost Town DJ’s, 1996 single, “My Boo,” about two weeks ago. The duo recorded themselves doing a prepared dance to the song and posted the video to Instagram. The dance they pair with the song’s uptempo chorus is fairly simple and, according to the off-camera commentator, will get you paid. It’s also turned out to be pretty catchy.

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Nickens, Brantley and teammate Damonte Dodd kept on dancing, using various props, such as a the team’s laundry cart, to show just how universal the song and dance can be. In a recent video, the pair took their act from the team lounge to a Maryland office space to the middle of the street.

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The dance craze has since spread across the ranks of college basketball, popping up on the Instagrams of players from Virginia Tech, Villanova and Marquette.

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All three of those posts popped up in the last 24 hours, so it’s safe to say the “My Boo” dancing boom seems to be just beginning — former Louisville star Damion Lee has already hinted at a forthcoming video of his own.