Rich Chvotkin's 17-note "Hoyas Win" blast from last year's win over Vanderbilt was no doubt magisterial, and yet "Hoyas Win" has become fairly well expected by this point. Monday's last-second win over Villanova, though, offered something a bit different.
You might need to watch this more than once to get accustomed to the split-screen view and thus to truly enjoy the first 30 seconds. You could close your eyes and just let the words wash over you. Or, like me, you could watch it 10 times. Many thanks to Evan Chvotkin for setting up the video camera at the crucial point, and for syncing up the audio and video, and for making my week. Oh my.