It was the first official practice for NCAA teams last night, meaning “Midnight Madness” took place across the country. Footage is already beginning to surface on YouTube, so we’ve curated some of the best highlights – check ’em out below!
Jabril Trawick Clears 6’9 Center To Win Georgetown’s 2012 Midnight Madness Dunk Contest!
Georgetown 2012 Full Midnight Madness Dunk Recap
Willie Cauley Posters Nerlens Noel at Kentucky Midnight Madness
Kentucky Big Blue Madness Recap Video
Brittney Griner & Duece Bello SHUT DOWN The Baylor Midnight Madness DUNK CONTEST! Full Baylor Midnight Madness Recap
Fan hits half court shot at San Deigo State University and wins a brand new Toyota Tacoma truck!
Missouri’s Keion Bell Dunks over six people!
Chris Avenant Dunk Highlights at Northeastern!
ESPN Unite presenters judge the best dunks of Midnight Madness
Highlights from Florida State’s Midnight Madness dunk contest (thought we might see Robert Gilchrist in it, but doesn’t seem like it!)
Midnight Madness at Matthew Knight Arena featuring the dunk contest, Dominic Artis beat Ben Carter in the finals.
Josh Thompson earns a share of the Wagner Madness Before Midnight Dunk Championship with this impressive slam over his parents Josh and Diane. Last year, Thompson rose to national acclaim with a dunk over his mother.
University of Maryland 2012 Midnight Madness Recap
Minnesota Gophers Midnight Madness
Tony Mitchell DESTROYS Three Crazy Dunks At North Texas Mean Green Madness Dunk Contest! Christian Jones Brings Down The House At St. John’s 2012 Red Storm Tip-Off! Vincent Garrett SHUTS DOWN Rutgers 2012 MidKnight Madness Dunk Contest! Kentucky 2012 Big Blue Madness Recap; Will The Wildcats Repeat? Ryan Harrow Kentucky 2012 Big Blue Madness Highlights – UK Midnight MadnessRodney Williams’ Free Throw Line Dunk; Minnesota Gophers All-Star Friday Night Dunk Contest!JP Tokoto KILLS The 360 Windmill; UNC 2012 Midnight Madness Recap Ft. Marcus Paige & James McAdoo!
Which do you think is the best?!
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