Big Rob of the Dallas Mav's ManiAACs and his son, Trey, brought a new meaning to the term 'Happy Dance' during Monday's NCAA Final Four Championship game in Dallas.

Big Rob, whose real name is Rob Maiden, attended the game with his 15-year old son and danced to thunderous applause from a record crowd during the tournament. The Video Board was searching for fun fans while playing Pharrell Williams' hit song 'Happy,' when they came across the father and son dancing duo.

Though the camera scans the crowd and highlights various fans, it keeps going back to the 'Happy' dancers to the crowds enjoyment. Rob is known for his dancing antics at Dallas Cowboys games, and wanted to do something fun with his son during the Final Four.

“The ultimate goal was to do something a little different for the NCAA crowd to see something fun and different,” Rob said to Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com. “That’s our goal at Cowboys games, just to make the people in the arena, just enjoy themselves. It doesn’t have anything to do with television or video or do anything other than make it a fun atmosphere."