A collection of some of my favorite oddball VCU-related photos from the blogosphere over the years. Feel free to submit yours to email@example.com.
Juvonte Reddic (right) meets some famous Miami Marlin.
Eric Maynor, not quite ready.
VCU star power.
Shaka Smart on the red carpet.
Spike Lee and unimpressed friend.
Former VCU field hockey player Autumn Dea (left) meets Steven Spielberg.
Shaka Smart 2012.
William & Mary’s one-man court rush.
Old school desk SWAG.
Enthusiastic fan base.
Bananas, I tell you.
If you ever wanted to see what a Final Four ring looked like, here you go.
Shaka Smart Bobblehead.
Vintage Fury. Marlene Stollings at Ohio.
Best dog ever?
Jay Bilas has a snazzy post-Final Four wardrobe.
Ralph Theus Sign Co.
Former Ram Brandon Inge is not a hockey player.
JeQuan Lewis’ competition for the best high-top fade.
Maya and Zora Smart meet Spike Lee.
Former Ram Joe Van Meter (right) having a gum malfunction.
It was a very V-C-U Halloween.
Best VCU promo poster ever.
Sgt. Slaughter and Shaka Smart.
Akron Coach Keith Dambrot, friend of the program.
Starred in Titanic or something.
Brandon Inge tore up little league and the mullet scene before making the Majors.
Briante Weber dunk sequence.
Spike Lee and Shaka Smart.
Former Ram Jamal Shuler, officially happy.
The fish-eye camera isn’t always a good thing.
A very VCU Halloween.
Mmmmm, Havoc donuts.
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Who says Joey Rodriguez can’t dunk?
Are VCU for SCUBA?
Assistant Coach Mike Rhoades, post Jarred Guest-elbow.
Famous Hollywood person.
We talkin’ ’bout meeting VCU Women’s Hoops?
Former Ram Dom Jones (left) shoots a Virginia Lottery commercial.
Jesse Pellot-Rosa, seconds after winning the entire Siegel Center pizza.
This is what an ESPY looks like.
Edmund Sherod, best hair in VCU history.
Shaka Smart and some other basketball folks.
Ready to rumble.
This made for a fantastic Christmas Card.
Mars Blackmon reps VCU.
“We don’t wear cell phones at this level, son.”
Kirill Pishchalnikov and a camel.
Eric Maynor as Batman? Eric Maynor as Batman.
VCU for life, and then some.
The 80s, they were different.