Blind Man Swooshes 3-Pointer in Halftime Contest

BasketballHalftime contests have become the norm at college basketball games across the country. The have grown in popularity for a variety of reasons. First off, it is another way for the university to offer more advertising opportunities to sponsors. More importantly, it keeps fans entertained, and can even entice them to come back. The halftime contest during the College of the Ozarks and Bellevue on Saturday did just that.

The contest was a simple one, but it didn’t disappoint. A fan was randomly selected from the crowd to shoot a three-pointer to win McDonalds for a year. Michael Quin, a blind man, was the lucky selected fan. And the only way you can describe his three-point attempt is nothing but net! Check it out below:

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