10) Rubik's Cube World Records: Kaufman Broadcast has been around for more than 30 years.In that time, we've covered more ground than Google Earth.Kaufman uplinked coverage of the protests for CBS News, which culminated in the resignation of university president Tim Wolfe and chancellor Robert Loftin and spurred widespread discussion on race in America.
May his future be as bright as his thousand watt smile.
6) Road Warriors: Even Le Bron James' otherworldly NBA Finals performance could not stop the Golden State Warriors from cruising to its first title in 40 years.
Golden State won 67 games in the regular season, the most ever by an non-Michael Jordan team, and dispatches all four playoff opponents in six games or fewer.
Down four points with 26 seconds left, New England cornerback Malcolm Butler intercepted Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson in the end zone to seal the win. The results of the investigation and shooting reinvigorated ongoing national conversation about the relationship between law enforcement officers and African-Americans.
3) Mizzou Protests: Missouri founds itself on the forefront of race-related news in America for a second consecutive year.
In 2015, the Kaufman crew was in full force covering college basketball and football events from California to Massachusetts and Texas to Minnesota.