On Sunday, the Purdue Boilermakers Athletic Department hosted their annual Golden Pete Awards, honoring student athletes for their outstanding individual and team performances from the past school year.
Just like at many award shows, there was an opening video which featured many current and former Purdue athletes, and Kerrigan was one of them.
The video, shot like James Corden's 'Carpool Karaoke' bits that have taken the internet by storm, featured Minnesota Timberwolves draft pick and Purdue Alum Robbie Hummel driving around campus, giving rides to athletes in need.
While cruising around West Lafayette, Kerrigan hopped in (cut to about 10 minutes), and was promptly asked to sign a poster from his big-screen debut, "Sharknado 3."
After joking about his role and complaining that he didn't get an Oscar nomination for his groundbreaking performance, the two decided to turn on the radio.
Both guys tried to be macho, saying that they really didn't like the song but vowed to listen to it because "it's a classic," as Kerrigan said. That manly façade was quickly worn down by the catchy lyrics and tune to the Backstreet Boy's hit "I Want It That Way."
Complete with boy band dance moves, Kerrigan and Hummel belted out lyrics all the way to their destination.