You guys are about to get an earful.
I did not attend Ohio State. My dad was a dental school student at tOSU when I was born, and I was born at University Hospital. It was always (and still is) a point of pride for me to say that I entered this world in Columbus, Ohio, on the campus of THE Ohio State University. I always planned to go to Ohio State, but life happens. I followed my fiance to Huntington, West Virginia, and we attended Marshall University. Once there, I developed a deep appreciation for their football program, especially upon learning about the plane crash, which I unbelievably knew nothing about until after I enrolled there. While I was there, Marshall won the first of its two I-AA national championships (1992). Watching them dominate I-AA while I was there (with the lone exception being Youngstown State with some dude named Tressel as their coach), make the jump to I-A and dominate the MAC, and hang with (and in some cases defeat) some long established programs in non-conference games and bowl games due to guys like Moss, Pennington, and Leftwich made me a real Marshall Thundering Herd football fan. However, Ohio State football is still my beloved. This video just cements that. Seeing Keith Byars and Cris Carter in that piece reminds me of being the little boy that lived for Saturdays so I could watch the Buckeyes on TV. This video is an incredible reminder of how truly awesome Ohio State Football really is. I love all the Heisman winners, the national championships, the B1G Championships, the Horseshoe, the fact that the Buckeyes won the first ever CFP... When Urban talks about representing the great state of Ohio, I am thankful that he gets it and means it. I always tell people that know that I follow both the Buckeyes and The Herd that Ohio State is my #1, and Marshall is my #1-A. The Herd takes a backseat to no one, including the Buckeyes, but they have to ride shotgun. Don't know why I felt the need to post all that, guess the video was that powerful. O-H!