Majority Black Western Carolina Catamounts Blowout The Majority Ginger White Toccoa Falls College Eagles 141-39!! [Video]

- By Bossip Staff

They said white men couldn’t jump, but these white men couldn’t shoot, score, rebound, or play defense…SMH

Each time Western Carolina surpasses 100 points in a home game this season, students can exchange their ticket stubs for free tacos from a Mexican restaurant near campus.

There was probably a line out the door Tuesday night long before the final buzzer.

Western Carolina routed Toccoa Falls 141-39, shattering its school record for most points scored in one game and becoming only the fourth Division I school to win a game by more than 100 points. The Catamounts led 18-0 after 4 1/2 minutes, 72-17 by halftime and 100-26 with more than 11 minutes to play.

The 102-point margin of victory is a reflection of the vast discrepancy in talent between an average lower level Division I program like Western Carolina (9-10) and a tiny National Christian College Athletic Association school like Toccoa Falls (3-6). The Catamounts haven’t been one of the Southern Conference’s stronger programs the past decade, yet they’ve eclipsed 100 points in five of their six meetings with Toccoa Falls since 2001 and beaten the Georgia school by no less than 58 points in each matchup.

Oh, and for those of you thinking “Isn’t is unsportsman-like for the home team to run up the score on the opposing team?”…

Western Carolina coach Larry Hunter played no starter more than 18 minutes and all 12 of his players at least 11 minutes against Toccoa Falls, it was not nearly enough to prevent the score from getting out of hand.

At least two people in attendance found the score comical…

“These black guys are pretty good, but these white guys REALLY suck! Hahahahahaha”

Sorry guys, but WE run this game. Always have, always will, but there is NO excuse for getting beat that bad! Have some respect for your damn self! LOL!


Flip the script to watch the video highlights from the record-breaking rout!

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