Found February 19, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
The ball is on the way down. Remember the horrible awful terrible free throw from Appalachian State’s Brian Okam in December?  This may have topped it.  If it didn’t, it certainly matched it.  A Georgia College (Division-II) player was eyeing a kiddie rim as she shot it about four feet high and four feet out.  My rough math says that she missed it by six feet and change high and 11 feet out. For those scoring at home, the Lady Bobcats lost to Columbus State (GA) 80-70. Pound, blow it up to Deadspin
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