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Woah! There was a 7'5", 355lb college basketball player in this year's 'March Madness'

We say “there was” because Sim Bhullar and New Mexico State were eliminated today.

NEW MEXICO STATE’S Sim Bhullar is the biggest player in college basketball at 7’5″, 355 pounds.

Even among the giants of big-time college basketball, he stands out. If his team would have went a few rounds further in the tournament, big Sim would have become one of the Cinderella stories of the tournament.

Instead, St. Louis beat NMSU 64-44 today, and his season ended right as the world was becoming enamored with him.

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