Found March 07, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
The story of last nights game was not the fact that Villanova upset the #5 Georgetown Hoyas. It was not the fact that Villanova shot 42 free throws compared to Georgetown’s 8. The best part of last nights game was the nerdy white boys going absolutely nuts at the end of the bench. Look at these guys just yucking it up after a Nova three pointer. One guy seems to be using an invisible telescope and god knows what the dork on the left is doing. According to the YouTube uploader: Villanova’s bench is regarded as the best bench in the Big East. Not sure if he means productivity wise or celebration wise, but we’re going to assume its the latter. We gotta hope the selection committee is kind to Villanova. Imagine these dorks in the tournament!? Telescope celebrations for days! Villanova won 67-57, improving to 10-8 in the Big East. Filed under: Basketball, NCAA, Video
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