One Great Season
The OGS Twitter Recap team compiled a sampling of some of the better Tweets during and after Monday's national championship game. Enjoy!
+ @BrettmcmurphY: "If this was football, this would be the best Independence Bowl ever!"
+ @bomani_jones: "'Both of these teams are prone to droughts' = 'neither of these teams is very good.'"
+ @rickbozich: "Last time a team won the NCAA title scoring less than 50 was 1949: UK 46, Oklahoma St 36. No, I wasn't there."
+ @David4242: "I'd rather see Carver High from The White Shadow playing tonight."
+ @darrenrovell: "Butler's graduation rate is 83 percent. UConn's graduation rate is 31 percent."
+ @rushthecourt: "On the plus side we could have a new record for rebounds tonight."
+ @MattZemek_CFN: "Final score of the BCS title game: 22-19. Halftime score here: 22-19."
+ @kenpomeroy: "See, I view it as witnessing history. Nobody will go 3-of-31 on twos in a title game again. Ever.
+ @SklarBrothers: "And somewhere in Lithuania, Khalid El-Amin celebrates alone in his sparse one bedroom apartment. #ncaafinals"
+ @ChipMahaney: "UCONN! Best *tournament* team ever. 14-0 in tourney games this season, incl amazing 11-0 in elimination games since Mar 8. Anyone better?"
+ @raphiellej: "Translating Emmert: We get paid, Houston gets paid...the guys who make our product attractive get nada. #makeitrain"
+ @InsideHoops: "The One Shining Moment video should just show a few layups luckily rolling in while wacky circus music plays (psssh.. YEAH)"
+ @bomani_jones: "I'm guessing there was a memo about not asking Calhoun about his suspension on the podium."
+ @slmandel: "An AD with a suspended football coach handing trophy to a soon-to-be suspended hoops coach."
+ @elevenwarriors: "Is anyone partying as hard as Bill Hancock tonight?"
+ @bruce_arthur: "For once, One Shining Moment overstates the number of shining moments in the national championship game by one."
+ @Kelly_Finch: "If Butler shot at Tupac back in 1996, Tupac would still be alive."
+ @mudd4goals: "One advantage for teams who scored this few points in title games in the 1940s was they didn't have social media to then make fun of them."