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Go Ahead, We Dare You To Pay Attention To Anything These Guys Dressed As Presidents Are Saying About Basketball
Even a Rutgers man like myself can admit the basketball team’s matchup with Villanova last night didn’t do much to move the needle. ESPNU, though, had a trick up its sleeve. As a play to get pople to pay attention, it worked. But did it also make it impossible to focus on what the announcers were saying about basketball? After the jump, you decide.
Today In “Things You Probably Shouldn’t Do”: Flip Off The Opposing Student Section Before A Game Ends
First, we should probably get this out of the way: despite the title of this post, we at SportsGrid do not endorse giving the middle finger to an opposing student section at any point. But if you have to…
It’s been an awfully big couple days for the issue of homosexuality in sports, with the latest piece of news being Will Sheridan, the former Villanova basketball player, announcing he’s gay.
“George Mason making the statement: We are back..and ready!” Proclaimed play-by-play announcer Gus Johnson at the end of George Mason’s 61-57 victory over Villanova.
Rutgers, coming off a string of hard-fought but ultimately disappointing losses to more talented teams, again played another tough game against a strong opponent last night – Villanova. Only this time, the ending went right, too.