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The pregame video from the Memphis-KU title game

Posted on: March 10, 2010 1:31 pm
Edited on: March 10, 2010 1:34 pm

I wrapped our list of the "10 best NCAA March Madness games from last decade" today.

Predictably, No. 1 was the 2008 title game between Kansas and Memphis.

While doing research to refresh my memory, I ran across a video that was shown on CBS before that game, and it is wild to go back and watch it now. In fact, click this link and watch it now. The best part comes around the 1:20 mark, when Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose basically mock critics who think they might be undone by poor free throw shooting.

Douglas-Roberts: "We never lost a game from a free throw."

Rose: "I know. So what's all the talk?"

Douglas-Roberts: "I don't know."

After that, the five starters sit around and laugh about free throws, then Antonio Anderson says, "When they need to get made, [we'll] make them." As you know, it didn't go down like that. Douglas-Roberts missed three free throws in the final 75 seconds; Rose missed one with 10.8 seconds left that, if made, would've created a four-point margin and essentially clinched the national title.

Anyway, just thought it was interesting to look at two years later.

Do so, then carry on with your bubble-watching day.
Category: NCAAB
Tags: Kansas, Memphis

Since: Feb 15, 2009
Posted on: March 11, 2010 1:14 pm

The pregame video from the Memphis-KU title game

Well, Side, realize that he can't be unbiased to anyone but, GP... You COULD'VE prefaced it with "For any of you who live in a Zip Code that starts with 38---, the following video is for sensitive audiences..."  I'm here looking for a live feed of the Tigers and Phi Slamma game since MY radio station's studio only has Cable Ready...  Any help?

Since: Mar 10, 2010
Posted on: March 10, 2010 2:19 pm

The pregame video from the Memphis-KU title game

Why do you hate me Gary Parrish? I was having a good day until you decided to remind me of the most psychologically damaging sporting event of my lifetime. I listen to your radio show and read your columns, and this is how you repay me?

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