This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. 

Lee Corso’s latest big head is perhaps his most terrifying

ESPN had a special edition of College Gameday (yes, in April) on Thursday, and to celebrate the NFL Draft, Lee Corso wore an enormous head of… Mel Kiper Jr. Straight-up nightmare fuel:

David Akers ended up being the surprise star of Friday’s NFL Draft coverage

Former Eagles kicker David Akers trolled Cowboys fans at the NFL Draft in Dallas with a WWE-style speech.

Charles Barkley wasn’t happy about a guy talking offscreen

Charles Barkley was getting ready to talk about the New Orleans Pelicans on Inside the NBA when he heard the show’s stat guy loudly talking offscreen. Chuck wasn’t happy.

A reminder that Ian Eagle is fantastic and we should be thankful he’s been calling March Madness and NBA Playoff games

Longtime — underappreciated — play-by-play man Ian Eagle saw extended NCAA Tournament duties this year and is now one of the main voices for TNT’s coverage of the NBA Playoffs. He’s terrific, and here are some examples of his recent enthusiastic calls that make the viewing experience so much more enjoyable.

Calling LeBron’s game-winner over the Pacers in Game 5:

He’s not human!

“Adams! Climbs the imaginary ladder!”

“Davis! A corkscrew jam!”

“Slammed down! Anthony Davis! With a grown man’s jam!”

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About Matt Clapp

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