rundown of Michigan's riser
One Frame At A Time: Ohio State, Part Two
If you missed it, Part One is essential reading/viewing before going any further. The "Frames Of The Game" and top ten gifs have been awarded, so this is the best of the rest, starting with the best still frame:
This probably won't be the last you hear of Rapture Guy.
[Hit THE JUMP for the rest of the gifs from the Ohio State game, including basically the opposite of Rapture Guy.]
I probably don't need to keep telling you this, but click the still frames to open each animated gif in a lightbox.
Maize Rager who helpfully wore a blue jersey does the most halfhearted Blues Brothers dance ever:
Trey Burke approached the three-point line and heard the voice of Brian Cook: "LONG TWOS ARE THE DEVIL'S WORK." Heeding the strange man's words, he pulled up and fired:
Nik Stauskas, looking entirely unimpressed with his thirty-footer as he walks in front of his own personalized flag:
If Aaron Craft can't stop Trey Burke's hesitation move, it's truly unstoppable:
Alternate angles of four of Hardaway's five second-half threes:
Yeah, I think he earned the right to do this:
By Mitch McGary standards, this is a very subdued celebration:
Another Denard/Kovacs gif, because I can't get enough of Kovacs's shirt and Denard's genuine excitement is currently powering my apartment:
The incompetence required to miss this call is damn near impressive:
McGary hedges like a boss, forces turnover, Burke gets the breakaway dunk:
Trey Burke (1) Crafts Craft, then (2) makes a cross-court one-handed pass look as easy as tying your shoes. This is also the three that set off the RAPTURE, and for that we are forever indebted:
This was quite a reversal of fortune:
"Big Dog" is obviously taken, so we're in a bit of a conundrum when it comes to McGary's nickname:
To the Maize Rage!
I leave you with this (NOTE: not a gif, so no need to click):
Leaders and Best.