The Legend of Cecilio Guante
Don't Miss

Canisius buzzer-beater call: “Oh, you didn’t know? You’d better caaall somebooodyy!”

Some radio or TV personality (tough to tell) for Canisius women’s basketball is about to become an Internet sensation — or at least he should.

Courtesy of Bob’s Blitz , comes this clip of Canisius freshman women’s basketball player Tiahana Mills draining a halfcourt buzzer beater to lift the Lady Golden Griffins over Siena. The shot gave hometown Canisius a 65-63 win in an afternoon affair played today at the Koessler Athletic Center in Buffalo. The shot itself is tremendous. Kudos to Mills for a clutch long-range bank for the winner.

And, don’t get us wrong, we loooove buzzer beaters here at The Legend. But the magic of this clip is undeniably the call. The enthusiasm. The breathlessness. And the money line. I don’t even know if this was meant to be a spoof on “if you don’t know, you’d better ask somebody.” Whatever the motivation or derivation, IT IS TREMENDOUS. There’s something magical about the intonation and harmony of it all.

Surely, this genius’s name will soon be revealed. Here are his long-to-be-remembered words on their own:

“OHHHH, you didn’t now????”

“You’d better caaall someboooooodyyyyyyyyy!”

And here they are in the context of the video. Just phenomenal.

UPDATE (5:17 p.m.): Several astute readers who are clearly MUCH bigger WWE fans than I have ever been have indicated that the call above is the “The Road Dog from WWE’s Generation X.” I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure what that means, but this clip certainly proves that the inspiration for the call came from somewhere specific (and not this Canisius announcer’s imagination). Really doesn’t change my opinion much. Still pretty good in my book.

One Comment

  1. winrar

    April 20, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    With Win – Zip you can promptly and quickly compress and
    decompress files, folders, and overall folder trees to help you save storage area and lower e-mail-transmission time,
    as nicely as encrypt and decrypt your sensitive documents.
    What’s more, a cheat list came with the files and so if
    I ever got stuck, I could use the cheats (even though I never did).

    So, consider Peer – Guardian or another program, Proto – Wall (the former is better) as condoms for the web.

    Take a look at my blog post: winrar

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>