A video of a record-breaking college baseball pitch has gone viral

If you ever find yourself at bat against Tennessee Volunteers pitcher Ben Joyce, take a deep breath and clench your teeth

There's a good probability he'll throw a ball faster than 105 MPH based on a fastball he threw on Sunday.

Joyce threw the fastest pitch of the NCAA baseball season (and ever) in a game against the Auburn Tigers, hitting 105.5 miles per hour.

Aroldis Chapman's 105.8 MPH pitch in 2010 set a new record for the fastest recorded pitch in Major League Baseball history.

That one fastball wasn't the only one. On Sunday, Joyce unleashed a flurry of fastballs.

He threw 33 fastballs, 28 of which reached 103 MPH or above.

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