Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 10/14/12

Friday marked the first official day of NCAA basketball across America, and as usual it was filled with high-flying dunks and quirky dance routines from players and coaches. But at San Diego State, it was a student who is not on the basketball team that stole the show.
According to Rush the Court, the student you see in the video above is Craig Horlbeck. Horlbeck drained a half-court shot and won himself a new car. Not only that, but he reacted like he had done it before. On a night where we saw incredible dunks like this one, it’s tough to upstage the athletes. Horlbeck managed to not only do that but to do it with swagger. As this guy would tell you, there’s nothing like draining a 47-footer and winning a new set of wheels.
H/T College Basketball Talk

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