This time, the North Country really is Amazing

If you’re not a college hoops fan, you may not know that the biggest name in the game this year is from Glens Falls.

Jimmer Fredette, the senior guard playing at Brigham Young University, is dominating the game, throwing down thirty- and forty-point games.

Making the story even more remarkable, the soundtrack to Jimmer’s break-out year was produced by his older brother TJ, a talented rapper whose song Amazing has become an anthem for BYU fans.

Here’s the video, complete with home video clips from the Fredettes’ childhood in Glens Falls.

Jimmer and TJ Fredette \”Amazing\”

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3 Comments on “This time, the North Country really is Amazing”

  1. Pete Klein says:

    What is his real name?

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  2. oa says:

    James. Unless you’re talking about TJ.

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  3. Paul says:

    Better be careful what he does at BYU:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/03/03/AR2011030302507.html

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