1. Tebow-Mania: All He Does Is Win
The answer is no, we couldn't go two days in a row without posting a Tim Tebow tribute song. Yet again, it's "All I Do Is Win," but today it's DJ Steve Porter's version, a mash up of auto-tuned bites from Skip Bayless, John Elway and even Tebow himself. Tebow-mania: You can't stop it.
2. What A Catch
A BB&N Knights wide receiver (Buckingham Browne and Nichols for long) made possibly the best catch you'll see this week, in a recent game against the St. Sebastians Arrows. We haven't yet invented slow enough slow-motion to catch all the bounces the ball took off his various body parts.
3. Once Again, What A Catch
Montana State wide receiver Elvis Akpla has decided to give the BB&N guy a run for his money, with this spectacular grab during the FCS quarterfinals, against Sam Houston State. A play like this can inspire the entire team, especially in a playoff situation like this. Unfortunately for Montana State, the key word there is can, because it certainly didn't inspire the Bobcats, as they were blown out, 49-13.
4. Worst Seats In The House
Texans rookie quarterback, T.J. Yates, made his first career start on Sunday, in Cincinnati against the Bengals, and helped Houston clinch the division with a game-winning touchdown in the final seconds. Even though the game was away, Yates' family was on hand -- the Bengals generously provided Yates' family with seats to the game -- In the second to last row of the upper deck.
5. Full-Court Shot, FTW
On Friday, with 1.4 seconds left on the clock, Andy Ketsoyan of AGBU Vatche and Tamar Manoukian High School (this week on "The High Five" we are discovering that high schools often have long, unnecessary names) hit a game-winning three from the other side of the court, to beat Montebello High School. Simply spectacular.
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