But not for the obvious reason.
After defeating William & Mary 195.075-191.575, North Carolina's gymnasts gave the Carmichael Auditorium faithful another chance to get energized.
Hours removed from their performance at the Dance Marathon, the Tar Heels showcased their three-song lip sync routine to the bouncing beats of 'N Sync and Britney Spears.
The Tar Heels also said bye bye bye to William & Mary throughout the meet, expanding its lead after each event.
With their victory against the Tribe, their second in as many home meets in 2001, the Tar Heels tied their school-record overall score just a week after setting the mark against N.C. State.
Oops, they did it again.
"I was pleased with our team effort. They put so much into this," UNC coach Derek Galvin said. "Our strongest event was most definitely floor. They did a great job."
Tar Heel Lisa Companioni, who turned 21 on Sunday, received quite a birthday present: a first-place finish in the all-around.
On her way to a personal-best all-around 38.950 score, the junior raked in a 9.850 on floor exercise.