Midnight Madness recaps

Friday night was Midnight Madness across the country, celebrating the first moment NCAA basketball teams could hold an official practice. Here is how some of the top programs celebrated.
Kentucky — Fans were wowed by a dunk contest, three-point competition and head coach John Calipari setting a world record for NCAA violations in 10 minutes.
Duke — Players participated in a charge-taking competition.
Louisville — Door prizes included season tickets, a signed basketball and, for one lucky female fan, a private dinner at Porcini Restaurant with head coach Rick Pitino.
Kansas — Jayhawks basketball players competed with Jayhawks football players in boxing.
UConn — Head coach Jim Calhoun interacted with fans by asking them to help him come up with new ways to cuss out and belittle his players. The first fan to make a freshman cry was awarded season tickets.
Villanova — Head coach Jay Wright pumped up the crowd by sharing his Top 10 style tips.
Illinois — Michael Jordan, father of guard Jeffrey Jordan, spoke for an hour about how awesome he is. Then head coach Bruce Weber had his players compete shirts-and-skins for loose balls while the homoerotic images of famed photographer Bruce Weber flashed on the Jumbotron above.
North Carolina — Head coach Roy Williams brought back great players in Kansas Jayhawks history and then tried to lead the crowd in singing the Kansas Jayhawks fight song.
Gonzaga — Former star Adam Morrison was welcomed back and current players took turns dunking on him.
West Virginia — Once festivities began at midnight, head coach Bob Huggins quickly led everyone back out of the gym and into downtown Morgantown for a pub crawl until 2:00 a.m.
Penn State— Fans were treated to Penn State players recreating famous plays in Penn State football history.
Memphis — An effigy of John Calipari was set on fire, then everyone in attendance lined up and took turns urinating on it until the flames were out. Then it was re-lit and everyone queued again to spit on it.