The game going on on the field should’ve been the highlight of the NCAA College World Series game on June 25 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers bested the Texas Christian University Frogs 7-5 and were able to the world series finals. But it wasn’t. The real highlight of the game was a staring contest between a young fan and a camera man.

The young man was sitting in the stands next to him mom, when he noticed a video camera pointed in his direction. Instead of shying away from the attention, the boy decided to ham it up. He silently starred for about 30 seconds straight at the camera and the camera man. According to WOHIO the boy’s performance was captured by a cameraman working for ESPN. When he noticed that the camera was still focused on him, he wiggled his eyebrows and shrugged his shoulders. His mom was oblivious to what was happening until the boy looked at her. She followed his gaze and then she saw the camera. Later on, the boy apparently saw that his performance was broadcast nationally. A camera man captured the boy looking on his mom's smartphone with his mom, when he seems to get excited about seeing his performance.

ICYMI: There was an EPIC stare down last night at the CWS!

Posted by NCAA Baseball on Sunday, June 26, 2016