Trick Shot video of UConn Quarterback. Obviously everyone is a lot better with no pads and with no defenders trying to put a hurt on. Hopefully our D-backs see this and it gives them some extra motivation this summer!
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0WMd0Y6hIw]YouTube - Johnny Mac Trick Shot Quarterback[/ame]
That was pretty cool. Lets hope he spends most of his time on his back when they play us.
Originally Posted by AltHawk
Why would it? One bad game doesn't change a thing. Iowa will still be a darkhorse B1G championship contender, and Iowa State will be lucky to make the NIT.
If you ask the basketball analysts outside the state of Iowa I think you would be surprised to hear their responses. Iowa was pegged as a preseason top 5 team by one ESPN analyst and is ranked in the vast, vast majority of preseason top 25 polls
Notice that they don't show you any bad throws. They don't mention how many time he had to try for each throw. Just because they make him look perfect, doesn't mean that he is.
I will admit that it takes skill to even pull off those throws but I would guarantee that he didn't hit them on the first try.
wow what of hater. Of Course nobody thinks he went out there and shot that in like an hour making all those throws.
It's a really awesome video! Best vid I've seen in awhile. Just like any other trick shot videos, I'm sure it took LOTS of time. Im guessing that was filmed over a few months, and some of the shots took at least 100 tries.
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