I only watched Randy Livingston play one game during his high school career. It was a showdown in the Cajundome between RL's Newman squad and New Iberia (NISH). NISH had the most athletic high school team I've ever seen, led by two 6'8 future D1 starters. NISH would've won the 5A championship if one of the 6'8 guys hadn't been arrested the night before the championship game. Newman's starting lineup had four guys that looked more like golfers. RL wasn't spectacular but ended up with about 30 pts, 10 assists, and 7 boards and completely controlled the tempo. With about 15 secs left, the game was tied and Newman had the ball. RL dribbled the clock down, made his move, got triple teamed, and made a beautiful pass to the little PG in the corner for the apparent game winning shot with only a couple of secs left. NISH had no timeouts and quickly inbounded to one of the 6'8 studs for a desperation heave. RL inexplicably FOULS the guy at the buzzer. NISH made the three free throws to win by one. I ran into an old friend (of a friend) last night that had an even better RL story. Apparently Newman had won a couple of matchups over Vandebilt during Andre Brown's illustrious career. For RL's senior year, the game was played at Nicholls with Vandebilt leading most of the game. With only a few secs left and Vandebilt up by two, a Vandebilt player missed both FTs, RL gets the rebound, dribbles a little past halfcourt, and gets off a long three to win the game at the buzzer.