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Though the editing and acting leaves something to be desired, this version of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air opening done by the Kansas State Wildcats basketball team is pretty good.
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If you’re going to reenact one of the most iconic openings in television history, then you best go all out like the Kansas State men’s basketball team did, when they spoofed The Fresh Prince of Bel Air with their own equally splendid version, The Fresh Prince of Manhattan. I miss Carlton and his quirky ways.
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Just when it appeared as if Kansas State coach Bill Snyder was settling on one quarterback, Jake Waters came back with gusto on Saturday.
So did the Wildcats, for that matter.
Waters completed 10 of 13 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns in a 38-12 rout of West Virginia that gave the defending Big 12 champions their first conference win of the year. Waters also ran for 55...
Why have a boring, stale college basketball midnight madness when you can have an epic 90′s-themed celebration like the one he Kansas State basketball team had. Kansas State put on a show by entertaining the crowd with this amazing remake of the iconic Fresh Prince of Bel-Air opening. Senior guard Shane Southwell received the pleasure of being Will Smith. This will be very difficult...
Kansas State's basketball team made the greatest Midnight Madness introductory video ever. The Wildcats parodied the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song.
College basketball midnight madness has really evolved during the years and now many programs put together a full blown production.
The Kansas State basketball team entertained fans during their madness activities with a pretty good remake of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air opening.
He didn't need much time following his official visit to pick Kansas State.
The Kansas State Wildcats created one of the best and most creative videos for Midnight Madness. They reenacted “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” intro. Shane Southwell played the Will Smith role and did a good job with his impression of the Fresh Prince.
The Wildcats have tried to replace Heisman finalist Collin Klein with last year's backup Daniel Sams and JUCO transfer Jake Waters, who played with Aaron Wimberly and Rodney Coe at Iowa Western C.C.
Images of the Kansas State commit from Blue Springs, who is staring a rankings rise in the face after a solid showing as a senior...