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An Unnoticed 70-Point Night

Faith Baptist College

For anyone without a television set, access to the Internet or general contact with other human beings, Grinnell basketball player Jack Taylor scored 138 points on Tuesday night.

As Taylor roared to the all-divisions NCAA record for scoreboard abuse, topping the mark of Rio Grande’s Bevo Francis in 1954 by a stunning 25 points, another player carved out a piece of history, too.

And, almost no one noticed.

Emerging from the other locker room to start the game at Division III Grinnell was Faith Baptist sophomore David Larson … who was about to score the quietest 70 points in the history of college basketball.

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