Everyone remembers how dominant Shaquille O’Neal was in the NBA, but what they may not realize is that the Diesel was just as awesome, if not better, during his three seasons at LSU.
A two-time, first-team All-American, Shaq averaged 27.4 points, 14.7 boards and 5.2 blocks as a sophomore, winning National Player of the Year. He followed that up with a pedestrian 24.1 points, 14.0 boards and 5.0 blocks as a junior.
Those numbers are stupid, which makes sense because Shaq, as you can see above, was a cheat code when he was in college.
He was also responsible for one of the best dunks in the history of the sport. Check this out: