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. 

Mo Bamba and Mikal Bridges had dunk of the year contenders on the same night

Tuesday night in college hoops featured two of the best dunks we’ll see this season.

First, Texas freshman center Mohamed Bamba showed off his 7’9″ wingspan and why he could be a top-five pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.

Later in the night, Villanova’s Mikal Bridges showed why he’s expected to be a lottery pick himself, and possibly a first-team All-American.


ESPN’s Jay Bilas went on to say that if Bridges’ dunk isn’t on SportsCenter, “there needs to be a federal investigation.”

Tarik Cohen runs like 200 yards on this “61-yard” punt return touchdown

Tarik Cohen has been pretty much the only fun thing about the Chicago Bears this season, and the electrifying 5’6″ rookie showed off his skills on this absurd punt return touchdown. This is a classic “No! No! No! What are you doing… YES! YES! KEEP GOING!” play.

Boise State nails a half-court buzzer-beater to snap Oregon’s 46-game home winning streak

Boise State’s Lexus Williams ended the nation’s longest home winning streak with this half-court buzzer-beater. If you bet on Boise State to win this game, you probably made a decent amount for your Bitcoin Wallet.

The New York Giants actually made a cool play

This Giants team is a full-on train wreck, but rookie tight end Evan Engram seems pretty legit.

How on earth did Carson Wentz make this throw?

Your possible 2017 NFL MVP.

Le’Veon Bell fools the entire Bengals defense

Nope, he was not out of bounds, Bengals. (Side note: this play got me a playoff bye in fantasy football. #YouCare)


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