Found November 21, 2012 on NESN.com:
Before Tuesday, most of America did not know who Jack Taylor was. Now, he’s a household name as he basks in the 15 minutes of fame that comes with setting an all-time scoring record. Taylor scored an incredible 138 points on Tuesday night for Grinnel College, gunning his way to a record that is sure to stand for years. With his 52-of-108 shooting (including 27-of-71 from behind the 3-point arc), Taylor has cemented his name among some all-time greats who have set individual scoring records on the big stage. From Wilt Chamberlain‘s iconic 100-point performance in the NBA to Gale Sayers‘ record-setting running in the NFL, there have been many individual records set over the years. Some will continue to stand, others might be falling soon. All are impressive. Click here to see some of the all-time best individual efforts >>
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