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Well and amazing athletic performance -- seeing 858.
Year old eight NCAA basketball scoring record -- now sophomore Jack Taylor.
Points his whole team scored 10079.
Points and by the way they won.
Jack Taylor joins us now live to talk a little bit more about this amazing feat and Jack.
I've just got to ask you how in the world did you do this.
Well I'm coming into the game.
I haven't -- Hadn't been shooting well so far this season and so my teammates my coaches wanted to get -- -- a little bit offensively.
And they were -- a concerted effort to get more shots and -- And you actually you kind of had -- off weekend.
And things came ended this game you were motivated to do better and you certainly did.
What -- -- look at some of the stats from the game.
You attempted what a hundred an eight shots.
Basically that would be a shot every twenty seconds.
You -- Twitty said then that 713.
And you scored what four points and -- -- in the second half.
Yeah coming -- at halftime.
Add 58 points and making these you know started getting really excited for me and said that there -- give me the ball any time down the court unless somebody called.
And now live in this they and I can't imagine it's enough for our -- -- They were you know your -- started day I'm sure you've heard on Twitter.
You've got NBA star is.
The Carmelo Anthony he said it was crazy it was like a video game that he never seen anything like it did not how you did it.
Yet major league baseball players also what doesn't feel like to be such a star today.
If it's really don't drill -- I mean I have to thank god for.
My challenge in my opportunity.
And it I don't know if it's really -- game.
I don't know what it will but it's definitely exciting.
-- I did put it tweet out there that you were going to be on since -- such a big star on Twitter and one of our followers Heather Murphy she had this to ask you.
Said that you have inspired some of the greats and the tweets prove it really inspires you.
One of the players.
That really inspires me is Kobe Bryant.
Just you know his passion for the game is something I can relate to you and it has definitely -- someone I looked up.
And Kobe Bryant one of the folks sit Tweety said I don't care what level you're at scoring 138.
Points is pretty insane -- that price cut -- you feel pretty -- Yeah that was one of the since the war hey Jack -- co anchor -- -- Greg Jarrett is here and and he has a lot to say about a game last night as well.
What does that feel like where you just in a mental zone -- which you had so much confidence.
It -- felt like it couldn't miss did did the basketball hoop just look huge to you.
I mean it really didn't -- I don't even remember a lot of it needs to be honest with you.
I think Alice isn't meant those states where -- -- his focus on scoring in.
Nothing else really mattered in and felt like an eighteen -- throughout whether -- -- You know -- talent.
-- The ambitious one of those great days what my ear defenders.
It was pretty embarrassing for them.
Yeah I did they threw some zone having -- gruesome double teams that need.
But I was able to.
Just go my way out of situations and create for myself.
Attack and really like he -- because you have 8:10 AM class even though your superstar today.
He's -- -- class introduction to christianity I understand it is -- probably be pretty thankful and there today.
Yes I I I yeah I will be making that much -- joining us we appreciate it yeah thanks for having me -- You know I thought it was pretty astonishing when Wilt Chamberlain in the pros -- were scored a hundred points.
But he was a huge man.
In the game back then I mean physically.
This guy is -- what 510 is that the deal he's like five innings -- -- yeah it is still amazing that he could its deep Chamberlain's record.
Albeit you know in college yes and so humble as well -- -- that he stays that way I have a feeling well.
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