In case you forgot, Richmond will play its first season of Division I lacrosse this coming spring. It's true! They'll have uniforms and everything. It's going to be pretty great.
Dan Chemotti, late of Loyola's run to the 2012 national championship, is the Spiders' Director in Charge of Crushing Faces (Lacrosse Division). He put on a polo shirt and sat in front of what I can only assume is a blue void that serves as a bridge to another dimension where robots program humans to do difficult math problems, taking a few minutes to talk about Richmond's fall and what it may portend for the spring.
Let's break this down:
0:01: Here's the weird thing: "Spider TV" smashes through the bricks, but you can still see intact bricks through the transparent logo. This is not scientifically possible, which makes me believe that this video -- in totem -- is lies.
0:54: MAN DOWN! MAN DOWN! BAMBOOZLED ON THE CREASE! YOU JUST GOT SERVED!
1:07: ". . . absorb everything we've been throwing at them." Dan Chemotti is obviously teaching with water balloon fights.
2:49: To shorten Chemotti's comments on his offense: "We plan to have an offense." Which is a good plan to have.
3:24: Interesting. Richmond is scrimmaging Towson and Georgetown. That isn't easy, peasy, lemon, squeezy. That's difficult, difficult, lemon, difficult.