The details are still a little sketchy at the moment, but here's what we know: Last night at their Halloween concert, the band Phish debuted a new song about Darius Washington's missed free-throws against Louisville in the 2005 Conference USA Tournament championship game (AKA, the greatest no seconds in sports).
Was informed that Phish, at its Halloween show, debuted song about Darius Washington's missed FTs in '05 CUSA tourney. This is not a joke.— Luke Winn (@lukewinn) November 1, 2013
If you aren't familiar with the game or the event in question, I believe there's a video on YouTube.
The name of the song is apparently "The Line," but I haven't seen any video evidence of it or any of the lyrics posted. One can only hope that they include something about Ellis Myles jumping on the scorer's table or David Padgett and Brian Johnson celebrating wildly in street clothes. A Brad Gianiny reference at some point is also a necessity.
This is the best and most elaborate Brick Roll ever.
UPDATE: You can hear the song here...it might not be Phish's best work.