Your Comprehensive Midnight Madness Video Roundup

I had worked myself into a lather last Friday about Midnight Madness, I was prepared to DVR four hours of fun and watch tons of hoops. Instead, I got a lot of talking heads and interviews, and not nearly enough dunking and shenanigans. I absolutely laid on the fast forward button on my remote and kept coming up empty, so off to YouTube I went, which filled the void and delivered with plenty of Midnight Madness goodies. Enjoy, and be thankful you didn't waste your time with that stuff Friday Night like I did. ↵

↵Washington: A Todd MacCulloch sighting (whoa, he got big!), and some sick dunks from an insanely athletic backcourt. ↵

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↵Duke: Not action from the court, but instead this "comedy" skit they did. The throwaway line about being QB at Syracuse was great, as was the Singler bit. The rest was pretty cringe-worthy. ↵(Also awkward: Nolan Smith as Kate Winslet.)
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↵Michigan: Little man Zack Novak wins the dunk contest, causing his teammates to break out in chants of "White men can jump!" ↵
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↵Kentucky: There was more, than just this individual highlight reel, but we all really just want to see JOHN WALL. ↵
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↵Memphis: Bringing in the Josh Pastner era with Iverson courtside judging the dunk contest. Yes, they still have athletes. ↵
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↵Cleveland State: Nigel Ajere with one of the better dunks of the night I was able to find. ↵
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↵Washington State: Brock Motum won, but only because they begged him to put his shirt back on. He was blinding everyone. ↵
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↵Washington State, Part 2: Going the Vince Carter, elbow-through-the-rim route. ↵
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↵UC Riverside: Kyle Austin is another big dunker at a small school. Impressive wingspan. ↵
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↵UMBC: A nice dunk portfolio put together by the UMBC winner. ↵
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↵West Virginia: John Flowers gets it right by jumping over a student. Don't jump over another teammate. Injuring a student is way less detrimental to the season. ↵
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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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