With college football’s bowl season ending in about a month, the next big event on the horizon for college sports aficionados is the NCAA Tournament. We’re a little over a month away – Selection Sunday is on March 13 – so if you haven’t closely followed college hoops this year, there are a few things you can do to make sure you’re all caught up to date on everything (if not, you’ll be shocked when you turn on the Tournament for the first time and see that, like, Iowa and Oklahoma are both one seeds).
One way you can get prepared is to make sure you remember all the words to “One Shining Moment,” the song that plays every year at the end of the Tournament after one team has been crowned national champion. It’s bittersweet in that it’s a great way to remember how much fun the last few weeks of basketball were, but also a sobering reminder that college hoops are over until the following fall.
To get you all caught up on the most famous song in college basketball, the official NCAA March Madness YouTube page decided to enlist the help of Charles Barkley. While he is definitely better at providing commentary than he is at singing, the Round Mound of Rebound was able to perform a rendition of “One Shining Moment” that, for better or worse, you will never be able to forget.