Add in a svelte, 18-time Olympic gold medal winner in his Speedo breaking your concentration and it would be pretty much impossible to hit one. That's exactly what happened when Michael Phelps attended an Oregon State vs. Arizona State game. The swimmer participated in the "Curtain of Distraction" and was he ever.
It's always a special moment when a walk-on gets a scholarship.
LSU basketball coach Johnny Jones decided to surprise junior guard Henry Shortess with a scholarship as a token of appreciation for all the hard work he's put in. The best part of the video was when Shortess called his family to let them know the good news.
"I'm not a walk-on anymore," Shortess said. "I'm on scholarship."
If you're upset with a call or no-call, don't trip a referee. Seems like common sense but evidently not.
In Oregon State's game against Utah, Jarmal Reid was visibly upset after he was tripped up but didn't get a foul called. As he was getting up from the floor, he stuck his leg out to the referee running up the court. Bad move. Reid was immediately ejected.
April 6, 2015. Mike Krzyzewski was standing among his players on the floor of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, listening to the initial notes of “One Shining Moment.” His Duke team had just completed a five-point win over Wisconsin to capture the fifth national championship during his tenure, and it was time for the celebration to begin in earnest.