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Shawnee State University students participated in Blurred Hoops, an event sponsored by the SSU Student Programming Board, put on “drunk goggles” to experience the effects of alcohol and drug impairment while playing basketball. Several events were held, including a three-point contest and a one-on-one tourney, all made vastly more difficult and humorous as the participants stumbled around trying to keep track of the ball. Pictured: Ben Huang (left) faces off against Orlando Currie (right) in the first game of the one-on-one tournament.
Shawnee State University students participated in Blurred Hoops, an event sponsored by the SSU Student Programming Board, put on “drunk goggles” to experience the effects of alcohol and drug impairment while playing basketball. Several events were held, including a three-point contest and a one-on-one tourney, all made vastly more difficult and humorous as the participants stumbled around trying to keep track of the ball. Pictured: Ben Huang (left) faces off against Orlando Currie (right) in the first game of the one-on-one tournament.
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Shawnee State University students participated in Blurred Hoops, an event sponsored by the SSU Student Programming Board, put on “drunk goggles” to experience the effects of alcohol and drug impairment while playing basketball. Several events were held, including a three-point contest and a one-on-one tourney, all made vastly more difficult and humorous as the participants stumbled around trying to keep track of the ball. Pictured: Ben Huang (left) faces off against Orlando Currie (right) in the first game of the one-on-one tournament.

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