So can we get a HandClap?

Tulane shows how to HandClap in the Big Easy (1:59)

It's not Mardis Gras yet, but don't tell that to the Tulane women's basketball team in its Handclap Hoopla challenge. (1:59)

We threw out the challenge. They accepted it masterfully.

In mid-December, ESPN released a music video featuring many of ESPN's women's college basketball commentators lip syncing their way through Fitz and the Tantrums' "HandClap."

Then ESPN challenged teams and fans to try and top our HandClap Hoopla.

UCLA set the bar high with one of the earliest videos, then UConn put out a Hall of Fame edition and Mississippi State brought a little fire to its video.

Tulane added some Mardi Gras flavor, while Texas A&M got a little help from another Aggies squad. Duke won for best costume (seriously, a unicorn onesie!). And if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Florida State bowled us all over.

Check out all the videos that have been submitted so far, including Texas' video above:

And click on the tweet below for ESPN's version:

Want to get in on the fun? The song is cleared for your use. Just shoot your video, post it on social media with the hashtag #handclaphoopla, and email us the final product (ESPN.W@espn.com) for the chance to appear on an ESPN platform this women's college basketball season.