This was just crazy!
Grinnell College sophomore Jack Taylor crushed the NCAA scoring record last night by scoring 138 points in a game against Faith Baptist Bible College.
In a sport where Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 points in a single game are seen as a professional gold standard, NCAA Division III basketball player Jack Taylor sailed past that Tuesday night, and then some.
Taylor put on a performance unseen in any level of college or professional basketball for Grinnell College in a game against Faith Baptist Bible College, scoring 138 points in a 179-104 win in Grinnell, Iowa.
His 138 points shattered a 58-year-old record held by Clarence Francis, who scored 113 points in a game in 1954.
Taylor’s remarkable performance included a remarkable 80 points in the second half alone, a run that included a stretch of 28 consecutive points.