There have been some outrageous shots in all levels of basketball that are highlight worthy, but this one has to be in the top 10 of all-time.
During a Virginia high school basketball game, Marvey’o Otey was in a full sprint trying to save the ball from going out of bounds and lets it fly with a behind the back no-look toss that finds the bottom of the net
On paper a 1-2 tournament record doesn’t look too appealing to most college basketball fans, especially fans as knowledgeable as those in the great city of El Paso (contrary to what USC Coach Andy Enfield thinks)
The NAIA doesn’t receive quite as much publicity as the NCAA, but this impressive shot by senior forward Shane Merryman from Huntington University (Indiana) should get plenty of attention from the college basketball world
UCF is at it again with another fantastic football highlight in less than a week. The Golden Knights are in the midst of one of the best seasons in program history, but overshadowing a great season is yet another jaw-dropping play that college football fans will be watching over and over again
While almost every college football fan has seen the dramatic Hail Mary grab in the dramatic Auburn win over Georgia there was an even more impressive catch in UCF’s nail-biting win over Temple that most have yet to see
After shaking off a feisty Colorado State team in the second half of UTEP’s 82-74 win, the Miners look ahead to the second and final matchup of the season with the hated New Mexico State Aggies this Saturday night in the Don Haskins Center
The story of the game should have been Seattle’s goal-line stand against the St. Louis Rams that preserved a 14-9 hard fought victory, however, Golden Tate’s touchdown celebration seems to be the main water cooler talking point a day following Monday Night Football
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