Kentucky freshman guard Andrew Harrison scored a point before any time went off the clock, making it the earliest point in NCAA history. Why? A Kansas State walk-on Brian Rohleder dunked the ball during the pregame layup drill. Yeah, that is a rule.
A technical foul was called on Kansas State which sent Harrison to the line before the tipoff. He was way off the first shot, he made the second one and is now in the history books.
The official (goofy) rule. pic.twitter.com/znf1JTye46
— John Lewis WDRB (@JohnLewisTweets) March 22, 2014
Seems like a silly rule, but that is the NCAA for you. Kansas State’s coach Bruce Weber was not too happy about it and fans were confused. You would think that dunking should be allowed in a pregame, this isn’t 1952.
His fake twitter account is as funny as it has ever been.
(And you all thought I couldn’t dunk)
— Fake Brian Rohleder (@FakeB_Rohleder) March 22, 2014
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