In case you haven't seen the social media trend sweeping the college basketball nation of late, Maryland's Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley sparked at craze on Instagram where the two dance to the catchy Ghost Town DJs song My Boo in increasingly random places.
Other college basketball players have taken part, including former Terrapin Seth Allen -- now at Virginia Tech -- and Louisville's Damion Lee.
Here is their latest, which they posted on Tuesday:
LAST ONE FOR A WHILE. #runningmanchallenge @jaybriddle_1 @dami0nlee @bigsmoove2 @mikalbridges @seth04 @tc_carter21 @thatmcduffiekid @clutchreed_5 @jnewton0 @ezmoneyquan13 @michaelamabrey @washfinest_20 @jump.mannn @mw_ru5 @nigel_hayes @tl22__ @hallywood_3 @jalenadams2 @sdotgibbs4 @johnny.glaze @med_xiii @chiozza11 @epaschall4 @houseofhighlights @8eyemedia video credits to @damontedodd35 and credit to @11.oo7
A video posted by Jared Nickens (@jnickens_) on Apr 18, 2016 at 4:52pm PDT
They have included teammate, too. Melo Trimble and Damonte Dodd both made appearances.
#runningmanchallenge continued @olem__ @damontedodd35 @jaybriddle_1 @dami0nlee @tc_carter21 @seth04 @michaelamabrey @med_xiii @justinbibbs10 @ts10__ @thatmcduffiekid @nigel_hayes @drobinsoniii @jalenadams2 @a.terrell24 @tl22__ @hallywood_3 @jump.mannn @washfinest_20 @kuzzy_35 @cporter_ @johnny.glaze @lawschool4 @houseofhighlights *credit to @11.oo7 *
A video posted by Jared Nickens (@jnickens_) on Apr 17, 2016 at 6:48pm PDT
Now, their coach seems to be surprised by the dance's viral success. He tweeted about it jokingly on Wednesday:
— Mark Turgeon (@CoachTurgeon) April 20, 2016
If you were really enjoying it, there's a bit of bad news. After posting on Tuesday, Nickens and Brantley said this would be their last for a while.