The life of Luke Maye: 7 pm: hits game winning shot against Kentucky to send UNC to final four. 8am next day: Busi 101 class standing O pic.twitter.com/b1aeFGKqRE
— Jack Sewell (@JackSewell_) March 27, 2017
How do I know UNC’s Luke Maye, who started his college career as a preferred walk-on, is on a heater right now? He’s now known as the guy who hit the game-winner against Kentucky to send the Tar Heels to the Final Four and he’s still able to make it to his 8 a.m. business class after a game in Memphis that ended at like 6:30 CST or so.
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) March 26, 2017
And then he showed up to a standing ovation.
How unknown was this guy before the weekend? He went from 5,400 Twitter followers (@luke_maye) to 7,700 this morning – and climbing. The ladies suddenly want to know who the hero is. He’s in for a changed life, especially if UNC locks down another title for Roy. Maye, who’s obviously not leaving UNC, becomes a college poster boy for the next couple years.
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