Like a lot of sequels, this one didn’t hold a candle to the original, but it was cuter. It also did a triple salchow from script to screen. “I was not told,” Mallory Farokhmanesh said firmly, “that I was going to have a speaking line.” She has four, and they’re adorable. Almost as adorable as Mallory and Ali Farokhmanesh attempting to re-create one of the most bonkers moments in NCAA Tournament history with their three young children — Tai, 5; Mila, 2; and Liam, 1 — inside an empty Moby Arena. The Dagger turned 10 on Friday. To commemorate the trey Ali Farokhmanesh drilled for Northern Iowa against Kansas, the No. 1 overall seed in the 2010 tourney, the CSU athletic department dropped a short video in which Ali, now 31 and a Rams assistant men’s hoops coach, tries to “help” his family replicate the defining shot of his basketball life. As of early Saturday morning, the video had garnered almost 416,000 views on Twitter and more than 51,000 on Facebook. Shot last Thursday, it’s 75 seconds of pure gold, the perfect counterpoint to the mood of the moment, a little light at the end of a dark week. Even the trolling punch line of the piece — stick around for Liam’s show-stealing mome...