What social media posts had you liking, commenting and retweeting the most in 2015? Let’s count down the top five Twitter posts of the year based on total engagements.
5. One month trumps them all
March > all other months pic.twitter.com/rZYQpvpGjY— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 1, 2015
4. New rules
The talk of spring was the possibility of rule changes coming to college basketball to increase scoring, improve freedom of movement and better the overall flow of the game, and on June 8, it became official.
OFFICIAL! 30-sec shot clock, 4-foot arc, reduction in time outs among changes coming to men's basketball next season. pic.twitter.com/qgLqt0BS6D— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) June 8, 2015
3. America, meet Grayson Allen
Everyone remembers the Duke freshman’s heroics during the National Championship, but how about this gem from the semifinals?
3-point attempt. 3-point miss. Rebound. 2 points. https://t.co/hThqKTobOP— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) April 4, 2015
2. What it’s all about
Of course this made the top five!
1. There was nothing normal about Wisconsin’s press conferences
During the early rounds of the NCAA Tournament, the Badgers were obsessed with the stenographers, but at the Final Four, it was more about goofing off with teammates and poking their feet out from under the table.
Watch as the wild badgers examine the human technology that has entered their natural habitat. pic.twitter.com/9jRNI6T21e— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) April 5, 2015