Found November 02, 2011 on Bob's Blitz :
TEAMS: Brown Bears
Siloam Springs, Ark -- John Brown University -- (a Private Christian College) -- loves it some toilet paper. A 30 year tradition following the home team's first BB score of the year = TP for...

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Video: Best Technical Foul EVAR

John Brown University is a small private school in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and home to one of the more unique traditions in college basketball.  Each year, John Brown students celebrate the first home basket of the year by letting fly a blizzard of toilet paper.  Of course this results in a technical foul, but that’s of little concern if you go on to win the game 101-58, as...

College basketball’s best technical foul requires lots of toilet paper

With growing impatience, they stood and waited. Hundreds of blue-and-gold-clad John Brown University students craned their necks in anticipation of their team's first basket Tuesday night, rolls of toilet paper in one hand and cell phone cameras poised to capture the moment in the other. When John Brown senior Andy Garcia put back a teammate's botched alley-oop attempt 75...

John Brown University Basketball Fans Wasted A Ton Of Toilet Paper Last Night, And It Looked Glorious

Last night in Siloam Springs, Ark., the NAIA's John Brown University played its first game of the 2011-12 season against Hillsdale Freewill Baptist and won, 101-58. And as they do every year, the Golden Eagles surrendered two easy points to Hillsdale in the second minute of the game, after officials called a technical foul on the home crowd...
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