By now, you've probably heard that Jack Taylor of Div. III Grinnell (Iowa) College scored 138 points in a game on Tuesday night.
Yes, 138 points in a single game. By a single player.
It's jaw-dropping, attention-grabbing and truly hard to fathom.
It's embarrassing, too.
There was no need for Taylor to keep shooting -- he shot 108 3-pointers and had zero assists -- with the game out of hand, the official scorekeeper needing both a new page in the book and a new pencil and the opponent, Faith Baptist Bible, apparently powerless to keep Taylor from shooting it from beyond the arc on nearly every possession.
Hope you're proud of yourself, David Arsenault. The Grinnell head coach kept his standard full-court pressure on and not just kept Taylor in the game, but kept giving him the green light. He got his player and his program a full 15 minutes of fame, and all he had to do was shame his opponent and defy all the unwritten rules of basketball tact and decency in the proce...