A college basketball team won a game by more than 100 points on Tuesday night. And, before you ask: No, it wasn't Kentucky! Unfortunately for the John Calipari's Wildcats, they played Arkansas on Tuesday night and, while the Razorbacks got whooped, they weren't that bad. Rather, the blowout happened down in North Carolina where the Western Carolina Catamounts played the Toccoa Falls Eagles and won 141-39. Yes, 141-39!
Some fun stats from the game (unless you're an Eagles fan, of course): The Catamounts were up 18-0 with less than five minutes gone in the game. They led 72-17 at halftime. And with more than 10 minutes to go in the game, they hit the century mark. By the time the final buzzer sounded, they were just the fourth Division I school in the history of college basketball to win by more than 100 points.
To make matters even worse for Toccoa Falls, Western Carolina is only 9-10 on the season. So, can you even imagine what would have happened if they had played a top-notch team like Kentucky last night? Word to the wise: It might be best to leave WCU—and all other D-I programs, for that matter—off the schedule next year, guys. Just sayin'...
[via The Dagger]
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