Eddie House had one of those unforgettable nights for Arizona State a dozen years ago, paying back California for not recruiting him by torching them for 61 points.
That his memorable game didn't even match the second half of Jack Taylor's record-setting performance nearly left the loquacious House speechless.
''Eighty points in 20 minutes? Come on guy, that's ridiculous,'' House said from his Scottsdale home Wednesday. ''That's just unbelievable.''
A sophomore at Grinnell College in Iowa, Taylor lit up the basketball world and beyond Tuesday night by setting an NCAA record with 138 points in the Pioneers' 179-104 home victory over Faith Baptist Bible.
Slightly-built at 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds, Taylor had 58 points by halftime and kept firing, taking down records as the shots fell through.
Taylor broke the NCAA record with 4:42 left in the game and went on to smash it by 25 points, hoisting an are-you-serious 108 shots - one every 20 seconds. He took 71 shots from the 3-point ...