This shoe will always remind me of #marchmadness. This single greatest piece of footwear ever. #fabfive
Smart Shocks ‘Cuse. #MarchMadness back in the day memories.
It’s been 11 years since The Big Easy has hosted the big game, but the last time the Superdome housed the Lombardi Trophy millions watched the New England Patriots complete one of the greatest drives in football history. Could we be in for another epic finish tonight? We certainly hope so! #ThuuzBowl
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In sports, there are a handful of broadcasting calls that have become just as iconic as the great moments they are associated with - from Jack Buck’s “I don’t believe what I just saw!” call in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series, to Johnny Most’s “Havlichek stole the ball!” and Al Michaels’ “Do you believe in miracles? YES!”
On January 25, 1988, 25 years ago to this day, Bill Raferty unknowingly delivered one of college basketball’s all-time great broadcasting calls in a regular season Pittsburgh-Providence matchup, one that would be a staple of the sport for a quarter of a century and beyond.
As Pitt forward Jerome Lane drove down the right side on a fast break, he took a pass from point guard Sean Miller and threw down one of the most memorable glass-shattering slams in college basketball history. His victimization of a would-be Providence defender and an innocent backboard spawned the iconic Rafferty call - “Send it in Jerome!”
Apparently, this kid can play. Congrats Aggie Nation!
Ray Lewis one of the greatest to ever do it calling it quits after this season. #salute
Hail to the Redskins!
Braves on the Warpath!
HAIL TO RG 3!
The curls and goggles are safe for one more year. All Day gave him a run though.
Adrian Peterson. 2,097. Second most EVER.