Let's just get this out of the way: In no way, shape or form do we feel like anyone was trying to cheat in Saturday's Bucknell-Boston University basketball game. What you are about to watch is NOT a big deal.
But with all of the hysteria going on this week with the New England Patriots and Deflategate, one can't help but laugh when presented with video of a college basketball game in Boston being slightly delayed due to ball inflation issues.
Yes folks, it's true. After the ref bounced the game ball before the opening tip, then let some of the Bucknell players test it out, he determined the ball was over-inflated and it was replaced by a new one.
You can't make this stuff up.