VIDEOS/PHOTOS: Taylor's 'Silent Night' as festive, loony as ever
One of the terrific annual traditions in sports happened again Friday night. See the evidence of all the craziness inside.
After the same guy -- Casey Coons -- hit the crowd-inducing basket for the past four years, a new player would have the chance to do the booming honor for Taylor this season.
His name is Ben Raichel, a senior guard, and his 3-pointer with 15:24 left in the first half put Taylor up 10-5 on Indiana Dabney. That's when everyone went bonkers; this is a tradition I must attend in person at some point soon.
As is the case in most years, Taylor won its Silent Night game, this time a 94-72 final.
And as always, at the end of the game, the fans go shoulder-to-shoulder and sing the Christmas carol. Pretty great how this game touches on a range of emotions and sounds, and ends with this harmony.
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