ANIMATED: Victor Rudd Tries To End First Four Game

You know, this could've turned out well. Victor Rudd could've broken the rim and backboard in Dayton, forcing the NCAA to call off the dogs and end the game. It would've actually been a decent thing to do, all things consider.

USF is running Cal off the floor. It's bad for everyone, perhaps with the exception of USF fans. But even they can't be all that entertained by watching Cal get waxed.

So Victor Rudd dunked as hard as he could. And he nearly did bring everything down in the process!

There's a GIF, as well. We know why you're here, friends.

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Kinda sad he didn't succeed.

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