WATCH: Taylor University celebrates Christmas with 'Silent Night' tradition

The "Silent Night" game at Taylor University, an NAIA school in Upland, Indiana, continued for the 20th consecutive season on Friday.

The game is an annual tradition at the Division III school, in which students stay completely silent. Until the team scores it's 10th point, that is. Then it gets crazy. Fans, dressed up in outfits from Lego Men to Napoleon Dynamite, rush the court and the game is delayed as the arena goes nuts.

Part of the tradition of the Silent Night game, besides being silent for the first part of the game, is that the fans sing the Silent Night song after the game.

It's been good luck for Taylor University every year it's done it, too. The team has never lost on Silent Night, and made it 20-0 with a 99-68 win over Lincoln Christian.

Maybe the school needs to motion for silent night games at every home game.

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