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Maryland students bring the house down with flash mob during Terps' game vs. Wisconsin

Watch this, now.

For the past three seasons, the Maryland basketball program has put on a student-section flash mob for one home game per season, taking a onetime internet fad and putting a Terrapin twist on it.

The dance has gone viral in previous years, and after it was performed before a 59-53 upset of the national championship runner-up Wisconsin Badgers last season, Maryland was ready for another go-around with the same Big Ten nemesis.

Circumstances are a little bit different this time around. In past flash mob games against Duke, Syracuse and Wisconsin in 2015, the Terps entered as underdogs about to play their premier home game of the season. The tables have turned this year, with Maryland using the flash mob to inject a bit of extra fun into an otherwise run-of-the-mill Big Ten game against an opponent ranked much lower than the Terps.

Anyway, Maryland students killed it again. Watch and learn, other student sections.