The High Five from January 6th, 2014.
Congratulations to RoadRunners alum Eriah Hayes, who made his NHL debut with the San Jose Sharks on Sunday. Hayes, #76, had 2 shots in a win over the Blackhawks
Wayne Selden had the dunk of the game Sunday for KU, but his Jayhawks couldn't get enought stops to stop SDSU from ending a 68 game home win streak to non-con foes.
High 5 to the Big 12 Rookie of the Week, Marcus Foster. His 17 points helped upset #6 Oklahoma State as K-State cracks the Top 25 for the 1st time this season.
A very frigid high 5 to K-State great Jordy Nelson. The Riley County product had 7 catches at the REALLY frozen tundra at Lambeau Field Sunday night; none better than this TD catch to get the Packers on the board. Despite his Lambeau Leap, Michael Wilhoite's 49ers move on in the playoffs
Speaking of the playoffs... or maybe I shouldn't mention it... Alex Smith had a career day as KC jumped out to a 28 point lead in the 3rd quarter... Injuries, Andrew Luck, and actual Luck were too much for the Cheifs as the Colts completed the 2nd biggest comeback in NFL playoff history, winning 45-44.