UA students ask ASU students about Devils’ NCAA chances
March Madness is upon us!
For basketball fans, the beginning of the NCAA Tournament is a date circled on the calendar every year.
As we know by the dwindling popularity of college basketball, not everyone is a fan.
Flux Channel, self-described as “3 U of A students doing pranks and sketches because we don’t know what to do with our lives,” headed up to the Valley to interview ASU students about the Sun Devils’ chances in the tournament.
One problem — ASU isn’t in the tournament.
Ripping off the “Liewitness News” concept from late-night host (and ASU alum) Jimmy Kimmel, Flux Channel preys on the unaware on ASU’s Tempe main campus.
It’s not the first time the group has trekked up I-10 to have a little fun at ASU students’ expense. They questioned random students about Tempe Normal School, which was ASU’s original name when it was founded in 1885.
Since the Flux Boys admit they don’t know what to do with their lives, The Haboob would like to offer a suggestion — anything but comedy.