TechCrunch - It’s hard to believe that the annual NCAA’s men’s basketball tournament has been going on for 75 years now, but it has. In that time, the college sports organization has had a ton of memorable moments, many of which have been captured on video. A few years ago, the organization rolled out its NCAA Vault from years and years of March Madness. Now it’s putting some of that footage to use, with the launch of a new YouTube channel, called NCAA OnDemand, which will be home to hundreds of the best clips from years of the tournament. In addition to various clips from the NCAA, there’s also a bunch of playlists, including buzzer beaters, Final Four highlights, great upsets, and the best dunks, among other topics of interest. All clips and playlists have been tagged to make them easy to find and share with others.
Were you doing anything today? Yeah? Work? Writing a paper? Might as well forget about that shit now. Been on the Greatest Buzzer Beaters channel for about 45 minutes now. Don’t plan on leaving either. This is where you can find me this afternoon. Hope TallOne is ready to blog lights out.
PS- Is this the first thing the NCAA has ever done right? Wouldn’t be surprised if next time I load a video it tells me to pay $50 subscription fee or something now that I think about it.