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Jack Taylor’s 138 points. Grinnell has been known to use its gimmicky offense to help players score in bunches, including Griffin Lentsch’s 89 points a year ago against Principia. But what Taylor did was stunning, no matter how he did it. A 5-foot-10 sophomore guard, he hoisted shots like he was playing pop-a-shot, obliterating the NCAA single-game scoring record _ one that had stood since 1954 _ by 25 points. Taylor put up a ridiculous 108 _ one every 20 seconds _ including an are-you-kidding me 71 from 3-point range, making 27. His record night drew attention across basketball and beyond, earning him praise from NBA players like LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Kobe Bryant, along with appearances on national morning shows. It’s doubtful anyone saw that one coming.