Back around this time last year, Oklahoma freshman James Fraschilla made a trick shot video to benefit the children's charity Hayden's Hope, an organ transplant association. Fraschilla is a sophomore now, and he's got a new video that blows the first one out of the water.
Check it out above. If you want to know the details behind the video, here's the skinny: James told us in an email that the first video took him two days of non-stop shooting, while this one was more gradually spread over the period of a month. The most difficult shot, he says, was definitely the kick by OU backup kicker Eric Hosek, who took 30 minutes to finally knock in a shot from 80 feet. Needless to say, it was an awkward distance and angle to make a football into a basket. As for OU quarterback Landry Jones? The Big 12 standout only took five minutes to drill his shot. But what else do you expect from the guy who put up a 146.5 rating this year?
One more time: If you want to help out Fraschilla's charity, Hayden's Hope, head here.