Now, we know. Last week, we showed you video of a play-by-play announcer going nuts (as in: kicked in the...) as Chicago's Marist RedHawks won on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer...

He, and they, did it again -- Marist shredding its opponent, and announcer Brian Snow shredding his vocal cords.

In researching this, we discovered a couple of things in addition to Brian Snow's name. Such as: if you're wondering how Snow legally references Illinois' state high school basketball playoffs as the "original March Madness", the term was originally coined for Illinois' high school basketball playoffs. Illinois share the rights with the NCAA, which muscled in on the action in the 1980's.

Also, we learned Brian Snow can hit even higher notes.