VIDEO: Clark Kellogg Reacts To Son Nick And Ohio Bobcats Advancing To Sweet 16

Perhaps the best story so far of the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is the cinderella Ohio Bobcats advancing to the Sweet 16. John Groce's club took out two BCS conference foes on their way to the regional in St. Louis. As we're all aware by now, Cleveland-area legend and VASJ and OSU grad Clark Kellogg has a son on the Bobcats. Nick Kellogg played an integral role in OU's second-half comeback win. He finished with nine points, scoring all of them in the second half. His father Clark was calling the Lehigh and Xavier game in Greensboro, leading to a great moment on TruTV with Jim Nantz and Kellogg when the score went final.

Full video of Kellogg reacting on-air to the Bobcats win after the jump:

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