Saturday, September 14, 2013

Spikeball players videobomb David Pollack during PTI interview

During ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption" Friday, a couple of Texas A&M students videobombed ESPN analyst David Pollack — during his interview with hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon — with a game of Spikeball.

While talking about A&M's Johnny Manziel's chances against the Alabama defense, two guys set up the mini-trampoline behind Pollack and proceeded to bounce the ball back and forth.


The backyard sport —which has been called "volleyball's distant cousin" is played on grass, sand or just about any surface but, with spikeball, you bounce the ball off the net first.

I had never heard of the game until the PTI videobomb, but found out it's pretty popular on beaches and college campuses.

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