What started out as a sly answer to NCAA regulations by Maryland coach Lefty Driesell at 12:03 a.m. on October 15, 1971 has turned into a ritual for many programs–the ceremonial first practice of the college basketball season. The 1982 Kentucky Wildcats coined the term "Midnight Madness," and schools nationwide have been running with it ever since. Well, it's that time of year again, and ESPNU will be simultaneously broadcasting from six schools later tonight: Duke, Gonzaga, Connecticut, Memphis, Kansas State, and Kentucky. (Alas, not Northwestern, where Kid Cudi and Snoop are scheduled to perform.) So, what to expect? Snazzy intros, badass dunks, and crazy fans–all of which can be found in our Top 15 Midnight Madness Moments from years past.