VIDEO: VCU Players Celebrate, Dance After Beating Florida State


Everyone loves celebration videos, right? Everyone especially loves celebration videos when it's a Cinderella team that's celebrating, right? Good, because then you'll enjoy this video of VCU players and coaches going crazy after slipping by Florida State in the Sweet 16.

This video really has it all. It starts with the game-winning out of bounds play and only gets better from there.

There's Joey Rodriguez and Brandon Rozzell celebrating next to announcers and media, with the former giving them dap and the latter seemingly calling them out. There's at least two instances of players running to the camera and shouting "RAM NATION" at the top of their lungs. There's Rob Brandenberg jumping on the shoulders of D.J. Haley and another player, hanging in midair in the tunnel. There's Rodriguez pointing to the camera while shouting, "I told you," like that annoying friend who made one good prediction and won't ever let you forget about it. There's Shaka Smart declaring that the Rams will beat Kansas on Sunday.

And, of course, it has dancing. In this case, it's Heath Houston doing some sort of weird boxing-style freestyle that has clearly become the team's trademark. I can't even begin to imagine what the celebration would look like if they actually pulled off the upset and beat Kansas in the Elite 8.

More 2011 March Madness resources: Visit our NCAA Tournament hub for up-to-date news and information ... updated printableNCAA 2011 Tournament bracket ... the full NCAA Tournament schedule.

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